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Can “Make in India” become sustainable for Indian Semiconductor manufacturing sector with coming macroeconomic changes in 2015?

The semiconductor manufacturing is most capital intensive business and it is very important to make these investments sustainable in short term in order to ensure profitability in long term. Sustainability of the semiconductor wafer fabs involves being able to keep the fabs in operation 24×7 to reduce the tool idle time and manufacturing semiconductor wafers […]

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Mass Capitalism: A Blueprint for Economic Revival

Synopsis: Mass Capitalism: A Blueprint for Economic Revival presents solutions to the economic problems that are threatening the survival of the US economy. They would help establish a free-market economy in the United States, which would lead to a balanced economy, high investments, high growth, and increased motivation for employees to work hard and result in […]

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Revamp of the US Financial Services Industry

By Apek Mulay, Sr. Analyst. The United States has world’s most creative, comprehensive and competitive financial services Industry. This industry offers the greatest array of financial instruments and products to allow consumers to manage risk, create wealth, and meet financial needs [1]. Financial services and products help facilitate and finance the export of U.S. manufactured […]

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Sustaining Moore’s Law : The Macroeconomics of US Microelectronics Industry

FEATURING UPCOMING BOOK: Sustaining Moore’s Law : The Macroeconomics of US Microelectronics Industry Chapter 1: The Strategic importance of US Semiconductor Industry for US Economy Chapter 2: Semiconductor Technology, Manufacturing and Applications Chapter 3: Macroeconomic causes of failure of the US Economy 3.1 A Failure Analysis of the US Economy 3.2 The Myth of Free […]

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Arab Spring in Middle East and its Impact on US Semiconductor Industry

The Arab Spring is widely believed to have been instigated by dissatisfaction with the rule of local governments, though some have speculated that wide gaps in income levels may have had a hand as well. Numerous factors led to the protests, including issues such as dictatorship or absolute monarchy, human rights violations, political corruption, economic decline, unemployment, extreme poverty and […]

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