Asian Suppliers Charge into Passives

Wood, Shawn
September 2002
Electronic News;9/9/2002, Vol. 48 Issue 37, p30
Trade Publication
Examines the benefits of the growth of the Chinese electronics industry for electronic component suppliers in Asia. Information on the worldwide passives revenue posted for 2001; Benefits of the increased demand for Chinese electronics for Yageo/Phycomp and Samsung Electronics; Details on an increase in the demand for passive components from China.


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