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beijiner
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re: Exclusive: SMIC's CEO makes utilization first focus
beijiner   3/27/2013 4:56:34 AM
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Good article about SMIC's current situation, all in all, itis the best hope of Chinese foundry industry, among other foundries

cheongsam
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re: Exclusive: SMIC's CEO makes utilization first focus
cheongsam   3/26/2013 8:40:11 AM
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He is the pride of Chinese people, I believe they will do better for the progress of science and technology!! Come on!!http://www.elegente.com/ Is also a characteristic of China!!

sprite0022
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re: Exclusive: SMIC's CEO makes utilization first focus
sprite0022   3/26/2013 12:36:46 AM
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he has been hovering around for a while. exceptional bkgrounds helps too.

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re: Exclusive: SMIC's CEO makes utilization first focus
rick merritt   3/24/2013 11:29:20 PM
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Great job cracking open the door to one of China major foundries!



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