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Friday, January 26, 2007

Yen Rises for Third Day on Speculation BOJ's Suda Will Signal Higher

Yen Rises for Third Day on Speculation BOJ's Suda Will Signal Higher
Bloomberg - Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Singapore's industrial production growth probably slowed to an eight-month low in December due to fewer orders for electronics and pharmaceuticals. Manufacturing, which accounts for a quarter of Singapore's $134 billion economy

EPCOS Publishes China RoHS Guide
Circuits Assembly - summary of the ACPEIP, as well as links to the Ministry of Information Industry of the People s Republic of China (in Chinese), the German Electronic Manufacturers Association (ZVEI) and the American Electronics Association (AEA). The China RoHS

Nokia's profits surge
CNET News - Prices have fallen consistently throughout the year as Nokia targets emerging markets such as India and China with lower Samsung Electronics also saw profits decline 8 percent in the fourth quarter. The company blamed the shortfall on poor sales of

Golden Age for Special Vehicles Market Approaching in China
Forbes - com/reports/c49092) has announced the addition of China Special Vehicle Market Report, 2006 to their offering. The special vehicle is a product with higher technical contents. It integrates the advanced technologies in machine, electronics

Nokia net profits up 19 percent in 4Q
Boston Globe - has dropped consistently, reflecting a higher proportion of low-end phones in emerging markets such as India and China. The industry's No. 3 player, Samsung Electronics Co., said profit fell 8 percent, citing price declines for other key products

Japan Dec trade surplus up 22.8 pct on brisk auto, steel exports
Forbes - pct last month, also slower than the 10.6 pct surge in November, as exports of non-ferrous metals used in products such as electric cables surged 44.6 pct and exports of semiconductor chips and electronics devices rose 15.0 pct. Shipments to China

Earnings at Nokia soar on sales to emerging markets
Herald Tribune - Nokia is fighting for market share with competitor Motorola in China and India, the two fastest growing cellphone markets company said sales and profit would miss analysts' estimates as it slashed prices to compete with Nokia and Samsung Electronics


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