China Inc. Retreats From Lattice Semiconductor

| October 7, 2016

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It looks like one Chinese company’s venture into American technology has been checked once again. Tsinghua Unigroup, China’s largest chip designer, spent the earlier part of 2016 buying shares of Lattice Semiconductor (ticker: LSCC) on the open market, spending more than $55 million for 9.7 million shares, or $5.68 each on average. It began buying in February and its last purchase was on June 28, according to regulatory filings.

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