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siyuluuu
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re: Chinese state firm offers $1.38 billion for Spreadtrum
siyuluuu   6/27/2013 6:11:22 AM
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Having an IC subsidiary has been proven wrong in the past. See Moto, Siemens, Philips. Buying an openly traded firm from a state-owned company is even worse. Don't kill the rising star.

eewiz
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re: Chinese state firm offers $1.38 billion for Spreadtrum
eewiz   6/27/2013 4:02:22 AM
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I am surprised to see that Spreadtrum has quite a good profit margin. Was thinking they are running on super thin margins by driving the costs downhill. Seems like there's not much competition at the low end these days. https://www.google.com/finance?q=NASDAQ%3ASPRD&fstype=ii&ei=m7jLUbDDDsjrlAW4qgE

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re: Chinese state firm offers $1.38 billion for Spreadtrum
samkid   6/26/2013 10:11:09 AM
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Related links and articles http://www.huanetwork.com/huawei-switch-s9300-series-price_c75

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re: Chinese state firm offers $1.38 billion for Spreadtrum
owen914   6/26/2013 1:59:44 AM
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Is anyone one here delete my comment? http://www.rctophobby.com/rc-airplanes/shop-by-brand/dynam-rc-airplanes.html

Robotics Developer
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re: Chinese state firm offers $1.38 billion for Spreadtrum
Robotics Developer   6/25/2013 4:49:48 PM
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I find the purchase interesting in that it is in the wireless arena, but I was wondering how this fits into the bigger picture. What is the intel on Unigroup and their product line? I was wondering how this acquisition fits into their product offerings or plans. Does anyone have the background on the company to add?



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