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Japan disaster slows cell phone manufacturing

Sharon Gaudin | April 14, 2011
Researcher iSuppli reports that image sensors used widely in mobile phones, are in short supply.

And with Japan's technology business so intrinsically tied to the industry here in the U.S. and around the world, the business effects of this disaster will be widely felt.

Late in March, analysts at iSuppli said no other disaster has hurt the global semiconductor industry more than last month's earthquake and tsunami.

 

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