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Semiconductors Soar: Chip makers bullish. Is the industry overheating? Slow down seen in 2011.

Posted on: 09-Jun-2010

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VLSIresearch’s latest survey on the semiconductor industry showed that despite weakness at the macro level, semiconductor suppliers remain bullish about the second half. They’re seeing strong demand for Q3 and little inventory build up are continuing to spend aggressively. As a result, VLSI boosted its forecast again but predicts slowdown in 2011. Find out why . . .

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