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Friday, 17 April 2009 13:21

Demand for handset PCBs weakening

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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We will use cups on a string

 

In concurrence with Nokia’s claims that the handset markets haven’t touched bottom yet, industry sources claim that handset PCB demand is decreasing.

Despite revenue growth in March and April, leading manufacturers are expected to fall short or at least not exceed April’s sales in May.

Still, the Q2 will still see double-digit growth compared to Q1, but we needn’t remind you that most of them wish Q1 never happens again.

More here.

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