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February 16, 1987

MITI PRESSING JAPANESE CHIPMAKERS TO INVEST IN INTERNATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR EXCHANGE

By CBR Staff Writer

In an effort to put into effect the part of the US-Japan semiconductor trade agreement that covers the commitment to increase Japanese purchases of US chips, MITI, the Ministry of International Trade & Industry is pressing the Big Six Japanese chipmakers to put up money for an international semiconductor exchange where foreign manufacturers could promote their wares.

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