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April 12, 1992

SEMICONDUCTOR BOOK TO BILL RATIO DIPS SLIGHTLY TO 1.08 FOR MARCH

By CBR Staff Writer

The US Semiconductor Industry Association is continuing to mark the recovery of the US chip industry with March bookings up 10.5% on the year ago figure – but the record volume of orders combined with the strong increase in shipments caused the book to-bill ratio to dip slightly to 1.08. March orders on a three month moving average were up 3.4% on the February figure to $1,528m. March shipments on the same basis rose 6.5% to $1,417m on the February figure. Actual semiconductor ships in the US market in March were $1,654m up 26.2% on the February figure. February’s preliminary ratio of 1.12 has been revised down and is now finalised at 1.11.

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