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Apple accused of manipulating NAND price

Posted on Monday, November 30 2009 @ 19:09:52 CET by


EE Times writes sources at chip makers accuse Apple of NAND flash memory price manipulation. The anonymous sources claim Apple is creating oversupply in the market by placing large orders for NAND flash memory and then buying less memory than ordered.
Consumer electronics giant Apple Inc. is being accused of using its commanding purchasing position to manipulate NAND flash memory prices, according to a Korea Times article.

The article attributes the accusation to "chipmakers" but cites "industry sources" who are apparently frustrated that Apple is placing large orders for NAND flash memory and then buying less memory, thereby causing an oversupply in the market which suppresses prices.



 



 

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