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Short Take: Americans top semiconductor vendors in Asia

The Asia/Pacific semiconductor market dropped from $32.4 billion in 1995 to $30.1 billion in 1996, according to Dataquest. The seven percent drop was due to the severe revenue loss in the DRAM market. American suppliers became the number-one suppliers in the market for 1996; European companies showed the strongest growth with a 12.5 percent revenue increase over 1995.

The Asia/Pacific semiconductor market dropped from $32.4 billion in 1995 to $30.1 billion in 1996, according to Dataquest. The seven percent drop was due to the severe revenue loss in the DRAM market. American suppliers became the number-one suppliers in the market for 1996; European companies showed the strongest growth with a 12.5 percent revenue increase over 1995.