The Crack In Japan's Chip Market Could Be Smaller Than It Looks
At first glance, U.S. chip companies appear to be gaining in their efforts to sell in Japan. A survey by the Semiconductor Industry Assn., a U.S. trade group, shows that foreign suppliers increased their share of the Japanese market in the second quarter by up to one point over the first quarter's 14.6%.
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