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Buy semiconductor plays AEM, UMS, Frencken, ASM Pacific and Inari amid chip shortage: DBS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Buy semiconductor plays AEM, UMS, Frencken, ASM Pacific and Inari amid chip shortage: DBS

The team of analysts at DBS Group Research led by Ling Lee Keng have stated in a June 22 report that the chip shortage shows no signs of abating amid strong demand. 

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Japan needs billions now to stem chip decline, top advisor warns

Japan must put at least a trillion yen (US$9 billion) toward chip development this fiscal year and trillions more after that, if it is to have any hope of reviving its national industry, according

AEM unfazed by 1Q earnings drop; positions itself for the Big Data boom - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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AEM unfazed by 1Q earnings drop; positions itself for the Big Data boom

When AEM reported earnings for its 1QFY2021 ended March 31, market observers couldn’t help but wonder if the company’s growth momentum has faltered.

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Korea unveils US$450 billion push for global chipmaking crown

South Korea unveiled ambitious plans to spend roughly US$450 billion to build the world’s biggest chipmaking base over the next decade, joining China and the US in a global race to dominate the key

Stung by TI’s loss, Serial System diversifies beyond semicon distribution - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Stung by TI's loss, Serial System diversifies beyond semicon distribution

As a 12-year-old boy, Derek Goh helped out at his parents’ hawker stall, taking on gruelling tasks of cooking and washing dishes.

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TSMC quarterly sales rise 17% after surge in chip demand

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. reported a third straight quarter of record sales, underscoring its lead as the world’s No.

Semiconductors: The foundation of modern technologies - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Semiconductors: The foundation of modern technologies

From smartphones in our pockets to the laptops on our desks, from electric vehicles roaming the streets to the commercial jets flying above us, there is a common piece of material that enables the

PhillipCapital identifies Intel, TSMC, Applied Materials and Lam Research as beneficiaries on production ramp-ups - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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PhillipCapital identifies Intel, TSMC, Applied Materials and Lam Research as beneficiaries on production ramp-ups

PhillipCapital research analyst Yeap Jun Rong says he remains positive on the semiconductor sector’s long-term outlook, even as the sector is currently experiencing a global shortage at the moment.

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