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Submission + - Governments preparing to bail out DRAM makers (idg.com.au)

An anonymous reader writes: DRAM makers are facing one of the worst downturns in their history and governments around the world are lining up to help companies through the mess. Taiwan, Germany and South Korea all appear poised to offer some assistance to their DRAM chip makers. The chip makers' problems are indicative of global woes. Easy lending terms and a bright view of the future prompted them to build too many new DRAM factories. Much of the new output was aimed at Microsoft's Windows Vista OS, which has higher memory requirements than XP.
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Governments preparing to bail out DRAM makers

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