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SCole
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re: Update: Japan quake prompts supply chain concerns
SCole   3/14/2011 8:28:51 PM
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We worry because it's our lively-hood.

SCole
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SCole   3/14/2011 8:28:51 PM
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We worry because it's our lively-hood.

PaulaJ
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PaulaJ   3/14/2011 12:35:26 AM
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Thanks for the updates!

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PaulaJ   3/14/2011 12:35:26 AM
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Thanks for the updates!

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agk   3/13/2011 3:10:03 PM
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Just i feel very much on this natural disaster.Why this should happen? Japanese are very efficient and also fast in the world. So every thing will become normal before than the calculated or expected time line.

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agk   3/13/2011 3:10:03 PM
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Just i feel very much on this natural disaster.Why this should happen? Japanese are very efficient and also fast in the world. So every thing will become normal before than the calculated or expected time line.

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mark.lapedus   3/12/2011 6:49:06 PM
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FYI. On Semi, TI and SanDisk-Toshiba were impacted in Japan. We also updated the situation at TEL. We still don't the extent of the damage. Hopefully, the people are ok.

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mark.lapedus   3/12/2011 6:49:06 PM
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FYI. On Semi, TI and SanDisk-Toshiba were impacted in Japan. We also updated the situation at TEL. We still don't the extent of the damage. Hopefully, the people are ok.

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re: Update: Japan quake prompts supply chain concerns
resistion   3/12/2011 2:33:46 PM
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With heavy dependence on Japanese vendors, one should expect the industry to provide financial relief above what the UN and governments have been committing.

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resistion   3/12/2011 2:33:46 PM
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With heavy dependence on Japanese vendors, one should expect the industry to provide financial relief above what the UN and governments have been committing.

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