Samsung: A Rosy Future for Memory Chips

The electronics maker and others see steady growth and far fewer boom-and-bust cycles in the industry

The global memory chip business has always been known for its boom-and-bust cycles. This has made life difficult in the past for manufacturers such as Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest maker of memory devices. But Samsung Electronics President Hwang Chang Gyu insists the industry dynamics have changed dramatically.

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