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2006-09-21 IMF warns possible Asian electronics slowdown
Emerging East Asian markets may no longer be able to depend on the electronics sector to sustain their economies, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned in a report.
2012-11-21 2012 semiconductor market up 0.5% sequentially, says report
Semiconductor Intelligence's report shows that the guidance for 4Q12 varies widely, from double digit sequential declines from Texas Instruments and Infineon to a 20 per cent increase from Qualcomm.
2006-09-26 Slower electronics growth threatening Asia
The outlook for 2007 remains reasonably strong, as long as the United States doesn't pitch into full-blown recession.
2010-01-11 SEMI: China could double IC production in 10 years
China is committed to narrow the gap between its IC production and consumption, leading to doubling the country's global equipment and materials market in ten years.
2011-06-08 Russia falls behind other BRICs nations
The World Economic Forum has reported that Russia is not utilizing its key assets and is being left out in terms of growth level by other BRICs nations such as China, India and Brazil.
2015-01-15 Lion gets lesson from crouching tiger, slackening dragon
Learning from the experiences of the Celtic Tiger and the Chinese Dragon, the Make in India Lion should focus on boosting domestic demand by implementing free market policies.
2007-01-01 Korea's electronics sector awaits solid year
Prospects are bright for Korea's electronics industry in 2007.
2010-01-12 Industry focuses on core competencies, cutting costs
The recent economic recession has focused companies on core competencies and collaborative efforts. EDA companies must focus on solutions rather than tools to help cut costs, says Cadence president Lip-Bu Tan.
2005-06-28 House-price bubble set to hit semis, warns analyst
Malcolm Penn, chief executive of market analysis firm Future Horizons, warned that a house-price boom that has taken hold across the developed world is set to be biggest bubble in global economic history.
2005-11-07 Future Horizons: IC industry gets this in order
European analyst group Future Horizons see the global semiconductor industry having set things in order and expects growth in 2006 to depend largely on the strength of the global economy. This is based on three industry variables that Future Horizons says are now unusually aligned: paring off of excess inventory levels, rising capacity utilization and moderate new capacity investments.
2007-01-01 Asia sets eye on more design activities
With the slew of investments and expansion projects undertaken in India, Singapore, Malaysia and even Vietnam last year, global companies have reaffirmed their confidence in the huge potential of these nations.
2008-07-24 Analyst sees glory days ahead for IC market
Malcolm Penn, founder and principal analyst, Future Horizons Ltd, believes the market forces are at last moving into place to deliver a couple of years of booming growth for the IC industry.
2011-09-29 Agilent discusses Asia business, modular instruments
In conversation with EE Times-Asia, Lawrence Liu, Agilent's regional manager, talks about their measurement forum, Asian business and modular instrument strategy.
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