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Samsung, Intel, TSMC to account for 52% of semiconductor capex in 2014, says IC Insights
Press release, March 26; Alex Wolfgram, DIGITIMES
Samsung Electronics and Intel are each forecast to spend at least US$11 billion in semiconductor capital during 2014, and TSMC slightly less than US$10 billion. Collectively the three companies are forecast to account for 51.8% of total semiconductor...
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