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ibm221   1/3/2012 8:37:12 AM
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and this in the end means less revenue for fab tool vendors and possible more powerful new venture. all at the cost of already miserable US workers. bye bye GF, or NY fabs.

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ibm221   1/3/2012 12:55:50 AM
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obvious, they can share 1 set of litho tools instead of buying two sets.

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ibm221   1/3/2012 12:48:29 AM
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ignorant, those fab engs makes ~ $100 a day. and they are living in a shanghai apart cost more than your rural house.

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GREATTerry   1/1/2012 5:00:15 PM
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Hope this merger can help improving the profit margin. Anyway, this may be good for Chinese foundry business as a whole.

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ReneCardenas   12/31/2011 11:17:54 PM
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How much good would that do is my question to those on the know? I would think is like shouting to a tall and omnipowerful wall.

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selinz   12/30/2011 10:27:36 PM
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Well, it's comforting to know that the Chinese can now tweet their displeasure for losing their $10/day job...

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ibm221   12/30/2011 12:16:16 AM
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the chinese style communism now is like ... uh US with republicans always in office. people can't vote their top lead but can tweet or blog to express their thoughts. It works now for china.

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Artist   12/29/2011 10:25:51 PM
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Things had been changed a long way back. Even a "Communist" company need think how to make profile first.

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goafrit   12/29/2011 7:05:00 PM
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This makes sense in all ways because in this high capital business, merger is the only model. This industry is not even a high margin, so what the Chinese are doing makes sense.



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