Semi Industry On Track for Record-Breaking Year

September 2006
Electronic News;9/1/2006, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports on the financial performance of the semiconductor industry in July 2006, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association. The total sales of semiconductors worldwide is at $20.1 billion. The industry is expected to surpass the $240 billion sales in 2006. The capital spending in 2006 is projected to amount to 22 percent of semiconductor sales.


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