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March 15, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

The West German and Dutch governments are prime movers behind a plan to establish a European answer to the US Sematech research consortium on future generations of semiconductors, reports the Financial Times: the proposal is to invest between $2,000m and $2,700m over seven years perfecting techniques for manufacturing semiconductors in 0.3 micron geometries; Siemens AG and Philips NV, already teamed up on the $1,000m memory chip Megaproject, are prime movers behind what is provisionally called Joint European Semiconductor Silicon.

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