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The Korean chip has been hit hard! Samsung, SK Hynix indigestible inventory: SSD still needs to fall

via:快科技     time:2023/3/2 14:03:25     readed:233

For semiconductor companies, especially storage manufacturers, life is really too difficult, when to usher in a turnaround, it is not clear.

With the memory, SSD continue to reduce prices, but users do not want to buy high, which caused South Korean manufacturers to be hit.

According to South Korean media reports, although Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and other major South Korean DRAM manufacturers actively reduce prices and other ways to digest inventory, but South Korean securities industry insiders predict that it will be difficult for DRAM prices to rebound in 2023.

South Korean semiconductor inventories surged 28 per cent month-on-month in January, the biggest increase in nearly 27 years, highlighting the drag on the country's economic growth from a prolonged downturn in the technology industry, according to the South Korean Bureau of Statistics.

Cho Kyung-ho, South Korea's finance minister, warned on Thursday that unless chip sales rebounded, South Korea's export downturn would continue, especially in the memory chip category.

Previously, the supply chain said that Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix may control inventory by reducing their positions, and price increases may occur at that time, but it is not clear whether they will be able to pass on smoothly.


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