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Electronics Materials Market Expected to Spark 9% Growth in 2007

2:56 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Alex Scott in San Francisco

Global sales of electronics materials, including silicon, are expected to rise 9% in 2007, to about $24 billion, compared to last year, says Stanley T. Myers, president and CEO of the electronics manufacturing industry association SEMI (Santa Clara, CA). Myers spoke at the Semicon West expo, held in San Francisco last week. China will top that growth with a estimated 64% hike in sales to $1.2 billion, followed by a 20% sales increase in Korea, to $3.7 billion, Myers says. North America is set for a 7% increase in sales, to $5 billion, with Japan—the...

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