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Taiwan Semiconductor

(TSM)

, the world's largest contract microchip maker, posted strong fourth-quarter results.

Yet it warned of a sales slowdown in early 2001 and lost 3.9%.

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The company said it expects revenue to bottom in March or April and rebound in the third quarter.

Chip stocks were broadly higher. The

Semiconductor Index

(SOX)

was up 3%.