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goafrit
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re: Japan up, RoW down in flat July chip sales
goafrit   9/4/2011 6:36:28 PM
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Economic situation will finally dominate the trend

yalanand
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re: Japan up, RoW down in flat July chip sales
yalanand   9/5/2011 6:28:48 AM
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Needs to be seen how seasonal demand will impact the sales. If we see slow down in seasonal demands as well then I think we might be heading for another recession.

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re: Japan up, RoW down in flat July chip sales
chanj0   9/6/2011 5:33:32 PM
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The demand of chips can be estimated through the sales in retail space. There are fewer customers in electronics store. It is not a surprise that the net growth is zero. The question is whether China market is able to catch up on spending to maintain the global demand of electronics.



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