TOKYO, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Japanese electronics parts maker TDK Corp said orders for capacitors, a key cell phone component, and other passive components have been slowing since July and are likely to slow further in the October-December quarter. "Inventories of TVs as well as personal computers seem to be building up," TDK President Takehiro Kamigama told Reuters in an interview on Friday. He said demand for consumer electronics in Europe and the United States was sluggish. "We are ...
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