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January 10th, 2005

Samsung Electronics to Spend 1 Tril. Won on Memory Chips

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Samsung Electronics Co., the world's No. 2 semiconductor maker behind U.S Intel Corp., said Monday it will spend a total of 1 trillion won (US$947 million) to add or upgrade memory chip production lines.

Samsung Electronics said it will spend 603.8 billion won to increase production capacity of dynamic random access memory chips that are made from 12-inch wafers and also build a new line to produce DRAMs manufactured with 90-nano design-rule technology.

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