Analysts Predict Mild 2005 Recession for SemiconductorsBy Mark Hachman | Posted 2004-03-16 Email Print
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Lower sales of consumer technology, the end of the latest PC and computer component upgrade cycle, a surplus of semiconductors and the onset of a general macroeconomic downturn will all play a recessionary role in 2005, say analysts.SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.The semiconductor industry looks likely to enter a mild recession in 2005, an analyst firm said Monday, following a healthy recovery that will continue through this year.
According to analysts here at the Semico Summit, the slowdown in chip sales will be triggered by a number of factors, including lower sales of consumer electronics goods, the end of the latest PC upgrade cycle, a surplus of semiconductors and the onset of a general macroeconomic downturn.
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