Samsung Electronics sees fall in DRAM pricesSamsung Electronics Co., Asia’s largest electronics maker by value, said DRAM prices probably fell 15 percent to 20 percent in the three months ending March 31 because of an oversupply of the chips. The decline “ is a little more than expected,” Robert Yi, Samsung vice president, said in an interview in Ginowan, Japan. He said demand for NAND flash memory is providing a “balancing factor” as prices fall for dynamic random access memory, or DRAM, chips.
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