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1944 US company [[Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation|Fairchild Aviation]] changed its name to '''Fairchild Camera and Instrument Co'''
 
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1978 Announced JV with [[GEC]] to build micro-electronics in Britain<ref>The Times Saturday,  June 17, 1978</ref>
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1980 Fairchild pulled out of its proposed JV with [[GEC]] to build a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Cheshire.<ref>The Times Saturday,  July 5, 1980</ref>
  
 
1982 Part of [[Schlumberger]]
 
1982 Part of [[Schlumberger]]

Revision as of 19:07, 21 February 2020

1982.

Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation of USA

of Potters Bar

1944 US company Fairchild Aviation changed its name to Fairchild Camera and Instrument Co

1978 Announced JV with GEC to build micro-electronics in Britain[1]

1980 Fairchild pulled out of its proposed JV with GEC to build a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Cheshire.[2]

1982 Part of Schlumberger

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Saturday, June 17, 1978
  2. The Times Saturday, July 5, 1980