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Samsung Estimates 2012 CapEx At KRW25 Trillion - Quick Facts

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (SSNLF.PK, SSNNF.PK) Friday revealed its estimate of 2012 capital expenditure at 25 trillion won. The company expects that the Semiconductors business would see capital expenses of 15.0 trillion won, with capital expenses for the Display Panels, or DP, segment anticipated at 6.6 trillion won. In its fourth-quarter and fiscal 2011 earnings release earlier on Friday, Samsung noted that 2011 capital expenditure amounted to 23 trillion won, of which 5.9 trillion won were incurred in the fourth-quarter. The Semiconductors business saw an investment of 13 trillion won, while 6.4 trillion won were spent on the DP segment.

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