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Chartered Semiconductor of Singapore (CHRT)
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Emcee:  Michael Sphar Type:  Unmoderated
Foundry fabs have filled an important role supporting the trend towards fabless design houses in the US. Is this growth likely to continue? Will CHRT benefit from its strategic Asian location but without the political complexities that competitors TSMC and UMC face in Taiwan? What will the future bring?
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12Your agreeing with yourself. I was quoting you. <g> <i> Can'tTimF-4/4/2006
11I agree CHRT looks great. THere are reports that output of AMD CPUs will start iPetz-4/4/2006
10"I also like Chartered a lot. Hard to see how they could miss with 90nm AthTimF-3/20/2006
9Hi John, Sorry to respond so belatedly to your concern about margins being sqeeStu Bishop-7/3/2000
8 Thanks for trying to answer my concerns. I see pretty good protential in CHRT bJohn Liu-4/20/2000
7 Well I don't know the answer to your question. But, I'll try to find oMarty R-4/20/2000
6 My main concern with CHRT and other OEM / Contract Manufactures is that their mJohn Liu-4/20/2000
5 Chartered Semiconductor Eyes More Manufacturing Pacts With Japanese Firms By LiMarty R-4/20/2000
4 CHRT was recommended by fund manager for Warburg Pincus Communications Fund yesMarty R-4/18/2000
3 Chartered Semiconductor Expects to Make Profit in 2000; Adds Equipment By LinusDJBEINO-2/18/2000
2 Hi Stuart, Sorry, can't help you with UMC info. I don't know much abMichael Sphar-12/3/1999
1 Hi Michael, I normally avoid IPOs since they tend to become grossly overvaluedStu Bishop-12/2/1999
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