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KB3001   10/4/2011 2:44:17 PM
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I am sure they are banking on that. The West is cash-strapped and these capital-heavy industries are and will continue to move towards cash-rich countries in the East.

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KB3001   10/4/2011 2:42:30 PM
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The two go hand in hand. Chip fabrication is too strategic a field for a future superpower like India to ignore or stay out of.

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resistion   10/4/2011 2:30:10 PM
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Unless there are solid plans for tech transfer and fab closures in US, Europe, and Japan, they should have done this a decade ago.

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double-o-nothing   10/4/2011 2:18:28 PM
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India should know IT and software much more important than semiconductors and hardware.

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KB3001   10/4/2011 12:14:32 PM
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Going into this level of prescription is indeed futile. But political will is very important and there is a lot Government can do to boost the semiconductor industry (training and education, preferential terms for local products especially with Government contracts, financial incentives for local companies etc.)

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KB3001   10/4/2011 12:11:09 PM
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Not sure it's too late. With their market size, human capital, and cash stocks they can do it.

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agk   10/4/2011 6:01:47 AM
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the electronics production is very important for any country. Now China is holding its big share. Competing the cost of production with China is a real great challenging task. The Govt of India needs a strong intelligent calculative speculative inventional enterprenual long term policies to become successfull.

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GREATTerry   10/4/2011 5:17:43 AM
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"The hope is to grow production in India from about $20 billion in 2009 to a large but unspecified target that includes growing chip design in India to $55 billion and growing tech exports to $80 billion. India's current chip design export revenue is about $7.5 billion." How does the numbers come from? It makes feel very much like China when they said they would like to develop something. Usually this kind of development is not healthy. I agree with @seaEE that better internal infrastructure (including railways, roads, electricity and water supply) and law enforcement is way more important. Otherwise this will only become a backdoor to corruption.

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seaEE   10/4/2011 1:53:01 AM
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Should government be that deeply involved, other than ensuring the freedom of enterprise, the availability of education, and the maintaining of an internal infrastructure that allows for mobility and the conducting of business?

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Divyakumar.Kesharwani   10/4/2011 1:18:34 AM
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Too little for sure but better late than never...world has not come to an end yet!

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