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Wednesday, 28 October 2009 12:59

Semi industry starts recovering

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According
to iSuppli beancounters, the global semiconductor industry has started recovering, sort of.

The current quarter should see the first year-on-year quarterly growth since the start of the recession. However, this is really no surprise, as Q4 2008 was utterly horrible, but the 10-6 percent revenue jump is good news anyway.

Shipments are still down compared to pre-recession levels. Global semiconductor revenue is expected to contract by 16.5 percent in 2009. The decrease in 2008 was 5.4 percent.

iSuppli expects the market to rebound to pre-recession levels in 2011 or 2012, provided the world doesn't come to an end in 2012.

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