October 2006
Electronics Weekly;10/11/2006, Issue 2260, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the predictions made by analysts for the semiconductor industry. Analysts say that in 2006, the industry will have profit which will be stable for some time. Dale Ford, vice president for market intelligence at iSuppli Corp., said that end market demand, capacity utilization, and control on inventories suggest that the second half of the year would be good. It has been estimated that there is a little chance of end demand drying up due to increasing demand for laptops.


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