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  • Manugistics Group to Boost Strategy in Asia, CEO Says

  • August 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — Gregory Owens, CEO of U.S.-based Manugistics Group Inc., held a press conference in Tokyo Aug. 6, where he said that the firm intends to bolster its business strategy for Asia, including Japan.

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  • Third-Generation Mobile Phones to Be Launched in China

  • August 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — From “how to make” to “how to market” — Japanese electronics producers are substantially changing their strategies for the Chinese market. From Japan

  • Samsung SDS to Expand ERP, ASP in Japan as Foothold for Asian Market

  • August 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — Samsung SDS Co., Ltd., Korea’s largest system provider, will enter the Japanese market, with a view to becoming a major system provider in Asia after achieving business results in Japan. From Japan

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  • Japan’s ERM Market in 2001 Valued at 734.6 Bln. Yen: IDC Survey

  • August 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — Japan’s Enterprise Resource Management (ERM) solution market, including investment for hardware, software, and IT services, reached 734.6 billion yen in 2001, according to a survey by International Data Corp. Japan released on Aug. 6, 2002. From Japan

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  • Japan’s Telecom Ministry to Promote Net Home Electric Appliances

  • August 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — Japan’s Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications has worked out a fundamental direction for Internet policy in order to further expand the market for Internet-enabled digital home electric appliances and mobile phones. From Japan

  • MIC: Over Half of Taiwan’s IT Production to Come from China in 2002

  • August 12, 2002 (TAIPEI) — According to a report by the Market Intelligence Center (MIC) of the Institute for Information Industry (III), more than half of Taiwan’s information technology (IT) hardware is to produced in China this year. From Taiwan

  • Sony Develops Copyright Management/Distribution Technology, Mulls Licensing

  • August 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — Sony Corp. announced Aug. 7 a new technology called “OpenMG X” that will be used to protect copyrights of and distribution of digital contents. From Japan

  • Realtek Rolls Out System-on-a-Chip Controller Chips for 17-inch LCDs

  • August 12, 2002 (TAIPEI) — Realtek Semiconductor Corp. of Taiwan has gradually rolled out system-on-a-chip-based controller chips for 17-inch liquid-crystal displays (LCDs) since the end of July. From Taiwan

  • Sanyo Electric to Launch PDP TV Equipped with High-Intensity Panel

  • August 12, 2002 (TOKYO) — Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. announced it will start selling six 32-in. and 42-in. models of PDP TVs equipped with high-intensity panels with built-in digital broadcast satellite and communication satellite digital tuners, in addition to a single model of 50-in. PDP TV. From Japan

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  • ‘We Will Establish an Asian Standard for Wireless Business,’ KCCS Executive Says

  • August 8, 2002 (TOKYO) — With the success of the mobile phone content-distribution market in Japan, Japanese firms have begun to spread their business into foreign markets. From Japan

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  • [Cover Story] Mobile Developers See Killer App in Digital TV

  • RFMD, BrightCom to Offer Bluetooth Solution

  • Autron, Assembleon Set Up R&D; Hub in Singapore

  • National Adds Bluetooth Stack Partners

  • Infineon, Delta Sign Transfer Agreement

  • ON Semi Moves Regional HQ to HK Science Park

  • IR Focuses on Power Management Solution

  • LG Philips Invests US$1B to Boost Capacity

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  • China Telecom to Go Ahead with IPO Despite Global Economic Downturn
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  • Taiwan Chip Firms Can Apply for China Investments
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  • Hitachi Maxell, Nippon Columbia Merging US DVD Ops
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  • FTC Wants to Abolish Telecom Law in Bid to Boost Competition
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  • Sony Ericsson to Open R&D; Centre in Beijing
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  • Cash-Based Trade of Online Game Items Sparking Dispute
  • Korea Herald
  • US Digital TV Export Market Opens Up for Korean Firms
  • Korea Times
  • Korean Blue Chips Tighten up Facilities Investment in 2nd Half
  • Korea Times
  • Local ADSL Use Surges
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