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Semiconductor Book-to-Bill hit 1.29 in July, it's highest level since 2008.

Posted on: 20-Aug-2009

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VLSI Research says results just in for the month of July continued to show signs of a strong recovery in the semiconductor industry. Semiconductor Book-to-Bill hit 1.29 in July; it’s highest level since July of 2008. Integrated Circuit orders were up over June, reaching $B. These were almost double levels seen at February’s bottom. Sales rose over June to reach $B. July chip factory utilization levels were % for the front end, % for test, and % for assembly.

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