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December 14th, 2005

Chip Equipment Outlook Raised

Abstract:
The Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturing International (SEMI) said a survey of its members in October and November of this year showed that equipment and materials makers expect to increase their sales collectively by 9.1 percent to reach $35.97 billion in 2006. Last July, SEMI had predicted only 8.1 percent growth for 2006.

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