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Brutus_II
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re: Why TI does MCU designs in Shanghai
Brutus_II   6/26/2012 8:54:57 PM
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Ahhh yes. I see this happening constantly. I guess the benefits are greater than the headaches......but for how long.

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re: Why TI does MCU designs in Shanghai
selinz   6/26/2012 7:16:58 PM
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At a recent conference, I spoke with a colleague who talked about the high engineer turnover in China and Asia in general with his American company. Essentially, they would become trained and then immediately leave and go to a indigenous competitor. Then ultimately, you don't get the business. Thus, it seems like someone like TI would be weary of such practice.

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