Recession Slams Global Semiconductor Sales

New report is just the latest bad news for the chip industry, which is reeling from a worldwide drop in consumer electronics and PC sales

January 7, 2009

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Worldwide semiconductor sales fell in November, as the economic downturn continued to hammer chipmakers, industry figures released Friday showed.

Sales of semiconductors declined 9.8% to $20.8 billion from November 2007, when revenue hit $23.1 billion, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA)

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