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2006-08-18 Q2 sales of China's Memory Devices grew 151
China's Memory Devices said in a statement that sales for Q2 of 2006 shot up 151 percent from 2005 to $142 million, while net profit rose 82 percent to $3 million
2006-05-11 IC centers remain afloat despite China's rise
Despite the country's exponential growth and reputation as a low-cost manufacturing base, policy and human resource shortfalls are likely to prevent China from eclipsing the traditional centers of the semiconductor industry for the foreseeable future.
2006-03-21 UTAC, SMIC launch Chengdu joint venture
UTAC and SMIC announced at an opening ceremony for their joint assembly and test facility that the factory has already moved into the pilot production phase.
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.
2006-05-11 Asia seen driving next wave of chip growth
The global semiconductor industry can look forward to a period of steady growth, much of it driven by Asia's emerging economies, analysts and industry representatives said.
2005-10-14 UTAC drawing strength from overseas partnerships
United Test and Assembly Center Ltd. (UTAC) is on track to nearly double its earnings this year thanks in part to a series of partnerships and customer wins in China and South Korea, UTAC CEO J.C. Lee said Wednesday (Oct. 12).
2005-06-17 UTAC CEO bullish on company, industry growth
United Test and Assembly Center (UTAC) Ltd is confident of strong growth in 2005 and subsequent years on the back of favorable market conditions and the company's blossoming network of alliances in China, UTAC Group President and CEO JC Lee said in an interview.
2005-04-14 Singapore's UTAC allies with nine Chinese chip firms
United Test and Assembly Center Ltd (UTAC) said it will work with nine Chinese fabless companies in a deal that marks a new stage in the Singapore-based company's regional expansion plans.
2007-06-15 Gartner: China to dominate Asia chip market by 2011
Gartner is predicting that China, which already accounts for more than half of the regional market outside of Japan, will represent 63 percent of Asia's chip market by 2011.
2005-09-20 Is Singapore hitting the skids as electronics hub?
Despite this city-state's loss of some manufacturing operations to cheaper destinations such as China and Malaysia, officials and analysts insist Singapore can still count on its skilled workforce, first-rate infrastructure and pro-business policies to maintain its status as an Asian electronics hub.
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