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CHANDLER, Ariz.-- Chipmaker Microchip Technology Inc. said Monday that its sales for the quarter that ended two weeks ago were below its expectations, due to economic and industry conditions. The Chandler, Ariz., company now expects revenue of $407 million to $408 million. On Aug. 2, it saw revenue in the $412 million to $430 million range.
Oct 2- Microchip Technology Inc:. *Thinkequity raises Microchip Technology Inc to buy from hold; price. Reuters Station users, click. 1568.
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