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May 21, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd, which wanted 80%, is expected to end up with between 10% and 20% of Fairchild Semiconductor in the management buy-out from Schlumberger, expected to retain 20%: Fairchild management is tipped to get 40% and others the rest; Fujitsu has also confirmed that it has begun making Clipper microprocessors in Japan for Fairchild under a foundry agreement, and other such agreements for various parts are in place with Seiko Epson, Goldstar and another, unidentified, company.

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