Toshiba Corp. said Tuesday it will terminate its business in dynamic random access memory chips next year in a reorganization aimed at securing profitability in its semiconductor business in fiscal 2002.

Under the measure, the major semiconductor maker will sell all assets including DRAM production equipment at Dominion Semiconductor LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary in the United States, to Micron Technology Inc. in January.

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