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re: Cowan tips chip market growth for 2013
Cowan LRA Model   9/19/2012 9:58:35 PM
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Hi Peter - the missing end of sentence can, I believe, be abstracted from the article you posted earlier today (Wednesday) entitled "Global chips sales slipped in August, says Diesen" as shown below: Analyst Bruce Diesen of Carnegie now reckons the 2012 chip market will be flat compared with 2011 and will show a 7 percent rise in 2013. Mike Cowan

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re: Cowan tips chip market growth for 2013
hank.carey   9/19/2012 4:47:21 PM
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It would appear that this article was truncated as it was being posted: "Analyst Bruce Diesen of Carnegie..."



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