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Tokyo Electron buys FSI

Tokyo Electron Ltd. is buying FSI International for $6.20 per share in cash, according a news release from both companies. The Chaska-based company makes semiconductor surface-cleaning products.
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Tokyo Electron Ltd. is buying FSI International for $6.20 per share in cash, according a news release from both companies. The Chaska-based company makes semiconductor surface-cleaning products.

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