DRESDEN/MUNICH, Nov 27 (Reuters) - The German state of Saxony is considering potential state support for loss-making chipmaker Qimonda , state Economy Minister Thomas Jurk said. Several industry sources told Reuters on Thursday that Saxony's government was considering helping out Qimonda with a three-digit million euro sum that could include credit, debt guarantees or a stake purchase. Two people familiar with the situation said the state may also take a 25-27 percent stake in Qimonda, ...
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