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Last call for the EU DRAM dumping debate

Fax now or forever hold your peace

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In June this year, Infineon filed a complaint with the European Commission over alleged subsidies made by the Korean government to Korean DRAM makers.

The EC has not yet decided if it is to launch an investigation. And today is the last day that interested parties can register their, err, interest.

Here is the fax number for Directorate General for Trade in Brussels +32 2 295 65 05, if you want to get involved.

Low DRAM prices may be bad for Infineon, but they are good for system builders and by extension, consumers. Over-supply will not last forever, but let's make the most of it while it does.

We hope the EC rejects Infineon's complaint. ®

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