Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI)

Q1 2011 Earnings Call

May 19, 2011 8:30 pm ET

Executives

En-Ling Feng – Director, IR

Dr. David N. K. Wang – President and CEO

Gary Tseng – CFO

Analysts

Randy Abram – Credit Suisse

Bill Lu – Morgan Stanley

Steven Pelayo – HSBC

Dan Heyler – Banc of America/Merrill Lynch

Presentation

Operator

Welcome to the Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation's First Quarter 2011 Webcast Conference Call. Today's conference call is Chaired by Dr. David N. K. Wang, Chief Executive Officer and President; Mr. Gary Tseng, Chief Financial Officer; and Mr. En-Ling Feng, Director of Investor Relations.

Today's webcast conference will be simultaneously streamed through the internet at SMIC's website. Please be advised that your dial-in’s are in listen-mode only. However, at the conclusion of management presentation, we will be having a question-and-answer session, upon which you will receive further instructions as to how to participate.

The earnings press release is available for download at www.smics.com. Webcast play back will also be available approximately one hour after the event at www.smics.com.

Without further ado, I’d like to introduce to you, Mr. En-Ling Feng, Director of Investor Relations for the cautionary statement.

En-Ling Feng

Good morning and good evening. Welcome to SMIC's first quarter 2011 earnings conference call. For today's call we will have our CEO, David Wang and our CFO, Gary Tseng. As usual our call will be approximately 60 minutes in length.

The earnings press release and the quarterly financial presentation are available for you to download at www.smics.com, under the Financial Information section in the Investor Relations tab.

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