Semiconductor Manufacturing International's CEO Discusses Q4 2011 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI)

Q4 2011 Earnings Call

February 8, 2012 7:30 PM ET

Executives

En-Ling Feng – Senior Director, IR

Tzu-Yin Chiu – CEO

Gary Tseng – CFO

Analysts

Randy Abrams – Credit Suisse

Daniel Heyler – Bank of America

Steven Pelayo – HSBC

Donald Lu – Goldman Sachs

Rick Hsu – JP Morgan

Szeho Ng – BNP

Presentation

Operator

Welcome to the Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation’s Fourth Quarter 2011 Webcast Conference Call. Today’s conference call is chaired by Dr. T.Y. Chiu, Chief Executive Officer; Mr. Gary Tseng, Chief Financial Officer; and Mr. En-Ling Feng, Senior Director of Investor Relations.

Today’s webcast conference call will be simultaneously streamed through the Internet at SMIC’s website. Please be advised that your dial-ins are in listen-mode only. However, at the conclusion of the management presentation, we’ll be having a question-and-answer session, upon which you will receive further instructions as how to participate. The earnings press release is available for download at www.smics.com. Webcast playback will also be available approximately one hour after the event at www.smics.com.

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

En-Ling Feng

Good morning and good evening – and good evening to everyone. Welcome to SMIC’s fourth quarter 2011 earnings conference call. For today’s call, our CEO, T.Y. Chiu will first provide some general remarks then our CFO, Gary Tseng, will present the financial commentary. This will be followed by our Q&A session.

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