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January 23, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Dell Computer to Set Up Manufacturing Plant: The plant will produce 100,000 units a month when fully operational, the national Bernama news agency reported. A Dell Computer Corp. senior vice president was quoted as saying plant construction will start sometime this year on a nine-acre site north of Kuala Lumpur.
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October 17, 1997 | Bloomberg News
VLSI Technology Inc. said it agreed to invest $120 million in a $1.2-billion Malaysian semiconductor manufacturing plant, its first investment in a fellow chip maker. As part of the agreement, Wafer Technology (Malaysia) Sendiran Berhad, a government-sponsored group of Malaysian and foreign investors, will buy VLSI's wafer fabrication line at the company's headquarters in San Jose. VLSI will remain owner of the building and property.
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October 4, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Seagate Technology Inc. of Scotts Valley, Calif., said it plans to build a $21.5-million advanced recording head manufacturing plant, its fourth in Malaysia.
BUSINESS
January 23, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Dell Computer to Set Up Manufacturing Plant: The plant will produce 100,000 units a month when fully operational, the national Bernama news agency reported. A Dell Computer Corp. senior vice president was quoted as saying plant construction will start sometime this year on a nine-acre site north of Kuala Lumpur.
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February 25, 1991 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bobby Grahm is willing to go to great lengths to get an edge on his competition. However, when Grahm in 1985 decided to go all the way to Indonesia--venturing into wild, mountainous regions devoid of telephones and paved roads to set up manufacturing facilities--some friends believed that he may have gone too far. After all, manufacturers in Taiwan were already providing Grahm's Los Angeles-based import business with a steady supply of hand tools, portable lamps and kitchenware.
BUSINESS
October 17, 1997 | Bloomberg News
VLSI Technology Inc. said it agreed to invest $120 million in a $1.2-billion Malaysian semiconductor manufacturing plant, its first investment in a fellow chip maker. As part of the agreement, Wafer Technology (Malaysia) Sendiran Berhad, a government-sponsored group of Malaysian and foreign investors, will buy VLSI's wafer fabrication line at the company's headquarters in San Jose. VLSI will remain owner of the building and property.
BUSINESS
October 4, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Seagate Technology Inc. of Scotts Valley, Calif., said it plans to build a $21.5-million advanced recording head manufacturing plant, its fourth in Malaysia.
BUSINESS
February 25, 1991 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bobby Grahm is willing to go to great lengths to get an edge on his competition. However, when Grahm in 1985 decided to go all the way to Indonesia--venturing into wild, mountainous regions devoid of telephones and paved roads to set up manufacturing facilities--some friends believed that he may have gone too far. After all, manufacturers in Taiwan were already providing Grahm's Los Angeles-based import business with a steady supply of hand tools, portable lamps and kitchenware.
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