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Japan chip-gear book-to-bill flat in October 2009, says SEAJ

Nov 19, 16:51

Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted a book-to-bill ratio of 1.28 in October 2009, similar to the prior month's level, according to data gathered by the Semiconductor...

Japan chip equipment orders down 22% on year in September 2009, says SEAJ

Oct 20, 16:27

Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers received 61.567 billion yen (US$682.92 million) in orders in September 2009, down 22.2% from the same period in 2008, according to...

Japan chip equipment orders continue sequential growth in August 2009, says SEAJ

Sep 18, 16:55

Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted about 55.46 billion yen (US$608 million) in orders in August 2009 (three-month average basis), and a book-to-bill ratio of...

Japan chip equipment book-to-bill reaches 1.34 in July, says SEAJ

Aug 20, 16:23

Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted about 43.78 billion yen (US$464 million) in orders in July 2009 (three-month average basis) and a book-to-bill ratio of 1.34,...

Japan chip equipment bookings rise 37% in June, says SEAJ

Jul 23, 17:00

Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted about 35.58 billion yen (US$377.32 million) in orders in June 2009 (three-month average basis) and a book-to-bill ratio of...

Japan chip equipment bookings up 45% sequentially in May, says SEAJ

Jun 18, 12:04

Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted about 25.97 billion yen (US$268.76 million) in orders in May 2009 (three-month average basis) and a book-to-bill ratio of...

Japan chip equipment bookings end sequential drops in April

May 22, 16:06

Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted 17,945 million yen (US$556.7 million) in orders in April 2009 (three-month average basis) and a book-to-bill ratio of 0.44,...

Japan semiconductor equipment industry book-to-bill ratio reaches lowest ever in March

Apr 22, 10:10

The Japan semiconductor equipment book-to-bill ratio reached another new low in March, breaking the record level of 0.35 generated in February 2009 (three-month average), data gathered...

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