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A three-tier business model for the semiconductor industry. As shown in model the upper Tier is a top notch wafer fab and fabless small businesses are a lower tier. The middle and most important tier have neo-cooperative corporations which have exchange relationships as decentralized supply chain. The middle industrial tier connects the other two industrial tiers with rest of the economy.
A three-tier business model for the semiconductor industry. As shown in model the upper Tier is a top notch wafer fab and fabless small businesses are a lower tier. The middle and most important tier have neo-cooperative corporations which have exchange relationships as decentralized supply chain. The middle industrial tier connects the other two industrial tiers with rest of the economy.

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apek
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Re: Layoff in fabs
apek   1/8/2014 11:27:26 AM
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In present economic model layoffs are unavoidable but not on three tier model explaied in my aricle

SP
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Layoff in fabs
SP   1/8/2014 8:32:52 AM
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Layoffs in fab industry is quite difficult to avoid. Its better to have people on contract.



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