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re: Hanking starts building Chinese MEMS wafer fab
D.Tomaszewski   5/12/2012 7:26:21 AM
Similarly Keithley, Tektronix have been purchased by an investment fund. Finally, any commercial activity means money. Will businessmen decide of any aspect of our life ?

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re: Hanking starts building Chinese MEMS wafer fab
GREATTerry   5/7/2012 1:22:43 AM
MEMS fab seems a good idea and it can help the China to boost up the standard of local-branded sensors.

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re: Hanking starts building Chinese MEMS wafer fab
chipmonk0   5/4/2012 6:47:13 PM
About 25 years ago Nippon Mining & Sumitomo Metals ( both Japanese ) got into semiconductors. Sumitomo is one of the largest suppliers of raw Si wafers to Fabs. They even have a factory in the US. The Chinese are merely copying with assistance from US veterans ( as reported here like this Mr. Sparks, ex Delco ) made homeless by Wall St.

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re: Hanking starts building Chinese MEMS wafer fab
krisi   5/4/2012 6:01:14 PM
Mining company getting into MEMs business? It could get very interesting...

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