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Toshiba continues with 30% NAND flash production reduction

27 April 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Cleanroom

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Toshiba Corporation has said that its 30% reduction in production of NAND flash memory, implemented in January, 2009 will remain in place through the second quarter of the year. Toshiba also revised production output at its other facilities including discrete and optoelectronics operations. Working hour adjustments were also implemented.

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