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Samsung is betting on China with $7b semiconductor plant

Seoul : South Korea | Apr 02, 2012 at 9:15 PM PDT
Source: Times of Oman
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Samsung Electronics, the world's largest maker of computer-memory chips, will spend $7 billion building a semiconductor factory in China as demand grows, fuelled by mobile devices including Apple's iPhone and iPad. The company will invest $2.3 billion initially in the Xi'an plant, Suwon, South... FULL ARTICLE AT Times of Oman
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