China chip market on track for 20% growth, may be headed for 'bubble' status

Taylor, Colleen
June 2007
Electronic News;6/4/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 23, p19
Trade Publication
This article states that analysts from market research firm iSuppli Corp. predict that China's semiconductor market growth is expected to continue its acceleration in 2007, but warn that the present boom in the region could well lead to tomorrow's bust. Semiconductor shipments in China are set to rise to $51.7 billion in 2007, up 20% from $43 billion in 2006. It explains that the major theme for China in 2007 is overheating of the economy.


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