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February 10, 1987

US SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION BELIEVES JAPANESE CHIP MANUFACTURERS FLOUTING TERMS OF US-JAPANESE TRADE AGREEMENT

By CBR Staff Writer

The US Semiconductor Industry Association believes that Japanese memory chip manufacturers are so flagrantly flouting terms of the US-Japanese semiconductor trade agreement, selling EPROMs in third countries at up to 33% below the agreed prices, that it regards the agreement as dead, and is formally demanding that the US administration impose punitive trade measures against finished goods as well as chips from the Japanese offenders.

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