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Nanya cuts memory investment 10% on trade war impact

Taiwanese supplier to Huawei and Dell confirms boom has ended

Nanya Technology is the world's fourth-largest maker of DRAM chips.   © Reuters

NEW TAIPEI CITY -- Leading Taiwanese memory chip maker Nanya Technology on Tuesday trimmed its full-year capital spending and warned that the intensifying trade war between the U.S. and China has dampened demand from users like Huawei Technologies ahead of the holiday shopping season.

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