Lee, Andrew
September 2002
Trade Publication
Features Filtronic and Newton Aycliffe, its compound semiconductor plant in Co Durham, England. Production orders from U.S. components supplier M/A-Com announced by the company; Expectations of Filtronic on their semiconductor facility; Concerns on the plant.


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