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dexterr
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re: Infineon, Renesas see sales tumble in industrial ranking
dexterr   5/29/2013 8:07:04 AM
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If the table shows just the revenue growth change this will mean that the revenue growth decline and not the revenue! The article is not written specific enough for me.

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re: Infineon, Renesas see sales tumble in industrial ranking
dexterr   5/29/2013 8:03:59 AM
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I don't understand the Table - Intel had 53.3 revenue last year. Even if this numbers are just the dip the Intel values cannot be correct

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re: Infineon, Renesas see sales tumble in industrial ranking
eewiz   5/11/2013 4:11:23 AM
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Why is Mitsubishi in the list? Didnt they sell all their semi operations to Renesas?



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