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  • bruno3047@att.net bruno3047 Jul 3, 2013 8:05 PM Flag

    China hands Asian memory makers massive bargaining chip (Reuters)

    You'll find the above noted story on Yahoo. If you read it and you also read my posts, you'll be reading a lot of the material for the second time. Enjoy your holiday.

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    • Interesting excerpt on that article:

      ""By creating an oversupply situation, Samsung was able to keep memory competitors weak," Bernstein analyst Mark Newman said in a report on Tuesday.

      "Today, however, that strategy of lower memory chip prices actually just helps Samsung's handset and tablet competitors. Samsung is thus becoming highly motivated to generate memory shortages and high memory pricing."

      Samsung is the world's top NAND chip maker with around 38 percent of the market, followed by Toshiba, which has a 28 percent share and SK Hynix with 13 percent."

 
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