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September 3rd, 2004

Growth slows with $16.46 billion world chip sales

Worldwide chip sales in July 2004 were US$16.46 billion according to the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), up 33.7 percent on the same month a year before and a significant easing of the phenomenal growth rate recorded in the first half of 2004.


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