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ASE wastewater scandal to not affect handset chipset supplies in short term, say vendors - comments from readers
Cage Chao and Josephine Lien, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Thursday 12 December 2013]
  • Posted on Dec 13, 02:31

    It is incredibly bad reporting to call this a "scandal". ASE's track record shows this was clearly an accident, just as they claimed. And it's a small accident gauging the $20K fine. Don't imply evil intentions where they aren't deserved.
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