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Anyone have some external links to flesh this article out with? RJFJR 18:01, 21 February 2006 (UTC)
Ruselectronics - Should not be Included in Table of Top Foundries
Ruselectronics is a conglomerate company with interests in many fields but is not known as a major microelectronics foundry. According to its Wikipedia entry, Ruselectronics had total revenues of $1.2 dollars in 2013 for all its activities and this cannot all be counted as foundry revenue. The reference to a TASS webpage does not provide any information backing up Ruselectroncis inclusion in this table. The recommendation would be to remove Ruselectronics from this list and rely on the credible information from IC Insights reference instead. Iain R 1968 (talk) 17:12, 22 March 2015 (UTC)
look at the revenue from global foundry its the exact same revenue like here. It doesnt matter it just states revenues, there is no rule why only sources from ICE which is based in the US should be used.--Crossswords (talk) 15:00, 6 July 2015 (UTC)