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Defending the IP of the US Semiconductor Industry

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apek
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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
apek   3/13/2014 11:29:33 PM
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Elridge...you are right on that. Domestic job losses cripples domestic economy and it eventualy also affects domestic currency.

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
Eldredge   3/13/2014 8:25:43 PM
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@ apek - You also deplete the domestic skill base while simultaneously inventing in foreign skil base.

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
apek   3/11/2014 4:23:24 PM
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@Nimantha

US economy never recovered post 2009 crash. Fed just printed Trillions of USD and most of it was pocketed by manufacturers such that they got 1 million USD to create 1 Job. If you think what I am saying is absurd, please read http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/14887-a-failure-analysis-of-the-us-economy

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
nimantha.d   3/11/2014 3:13:39 AM
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But isn't the situation improving ? It still has not got recovered fully but comparatively it is improving isn't it ? 

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
apek   3/10/2014 4:48:45 PM
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@Jack..i did not get that..could be rephrase in simple language?

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
jack90   3/8/2014 1:42:34 AM
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The semiconductor commerce is the mass assortment of companies engaged in the intent further fiction of semiconductor machines. It formed circa, earlier the fiction of semiconductors became a possible custom.

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
apek   3/1/2014 10:24:03 AM
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You are right Alex. Vibrant Domestic economy is key to progress for any country. Shipping jobs and technology overseas to earn short term profits leads to long term losses due to depreciation of market value of any country's currency.

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
t.alex   3/1/2014 9:02:22 AM
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In fact, it is not only manufacturing. Opening a support center or a design center will also pose some level of risk as well.

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
apek   2/28/2014 9:46:28 PM
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Not only has IP been compromised by sending manufacturing to Asia but now China also owns Trillions of USD in their Foregin Exchange reserves and it has got an indirect control over US Economy. Globalization has been a GREATest American Deception.

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Re: Semiconductor innovation is not dependent on US or single country
Eldredge   2/28/2014 8:39:28 PM
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@Himanshugupta - Even if the US does pull back on some of it's outsourcing, I'm sure some IP has already been divulged. But like any other industry, I'm sure semiconductors have segments of the industry that are dong well, even if the total output is down.

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