Published: 22 April 2014
Analyst(s): Mark Stromberg, Samuel Wang, David Christensen, Barbara Van, Takashi Ogawa, Bob Johnson, Klaus Rinnen, Masatsune Yamaji
Semiconductor capital spending surged in the fourth quarter of 2013, to end the year at $57.8 billion. As a result, 2014 capital expenditure is expected to be a bit more conservative than forecast earlier, with 5.5% growth.
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