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SMIC to spin off package and test units and expand solar operations in Shanghai

19 March 2009 | By Síle Mc Mahon | News > Fab Management

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The report, which cited Taiwan’s Commercial Times newspaper, said that SMIC also plans the combination of its Chengdu and Shanghai packaging and testing operations. Should the venture prove profitable, SMIC will list the new combined unit on the domestic market within three years.

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