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Order Focus: Hua Li Microelectronics selects Praxair China for key gasses supply

30 June 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Materials and Gases

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“Praxair has been participating actively in the dramatic growth of China’s integrated circuit industry, bringing value-added and energy-efficient solutions to our customers,” said Minda Ho, president of Praxair China.

According a new report from Techcet Group there is three-way contest among Air Products, Taiyo Nippon Sanso and Air Liquide, holding just under a quarter of the gasses market in the semiconductor industry. This is followed by Praxair, BOC/Linde, OCI and others.

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