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These excerpts taken from the VSH 10-K filed Feb 26, 2009.

Accounts Receivable

Our accounts receivable represent a significant portion of our current assets. We are required to estimate the collectibility of our receivables and to establish allowances for the amount of receivables that will prove uncollectible. We base these allowances on our historical collection experience, the length of time our receivables are outstanding, the financial circumstances of individual customers, and general business and economic conditions. Due to Vishay’s large number of customers and their dispersion across many countries and industries, we have limited exposure to concentrations of credit risk. However, further deterioration of the economic conditions experienced in the second half of 2008 could result in customers defaulting on payment or delaying payment, which could have a material impact on our cash flows and results of operations.

Accounts Receivable


Our accounts receivable represent a
significant portion of our current assets. We are required to estimate the
collectibility of our receivables and to establish allowances for the amount of
receivables that will prove uncollectible. We base these allowances on our
historical collection experience, the length of time our receivables are
outstanding, the financial circumstances of individual customers, and general
business and economic conditions. Due to Vishay’s large number of customers and
their dispersion across many countries and industries, we have limited exposure
to concentrations of credit risk. However, further deterioration of the economic
conditions experienced in the second half of 2008 could result in customers
defaulting on payment or delaying payment, which could have a material impact on
our cash flows and results of operations.


These excerpts taken from the VSH 10-K filed Feb 27, 2008.

Accounts Receivable

Our receivables represent a significant portion of our current assets. We are required to estimate the collectibility of our receivables and to establish allowances for the amount of receivables that will prove uncollectible. We base these allowances on our historical collection experience, the length of time our receivables are outstanding, the financial circumstances of individual customers, and general business and economic conditions.

Accounts
Receivable


Our receivables represent a significant
portion of our current assets. We are required to estimate the collectibility of
our receivables and to establish allowances for the amount of receivables that
will prove uncollectible. We base these allowances on our historical collection
experience, the length of time our receivables are outstanding, the financial
circumstances of individual customers, and general business and economic
conditions.


This excerpt taken from the VSH 10-K filed Feb 27, 2007.

Accounts Receivable

Our receivables represent a significant portion of our current assets.  We are required to estimate the collectibility of our receivables and to establish allowances for the amount of receivables that will prove uncollectible.  We base these allowances on our historical collection experience, the length of time our receivables are outstanding, the financial circumstances of individual customers, and general business and economic conditions.

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This excerpt taken from the VSH 10-K filed Mar 8, 2006.

Accounts Receivable

Our receivables represent a significant portion of our current assets.  We are required to estimate the collectibility of our receivables and to establish allowances for the amount of receivables that will prove uncollectible.  We base these allowances on our historical collection experience, the length of time our receivables are outstanding, the financial circumstances of individual customers, and general business and economic conditions.

This excerpt taken from the VSH 10-K filed Mar 15, 2005.

Accounts Receivable

Our receivables represent a significant portion of our current assets.  We are required to estimate the collectibility of our receivables and to establish allowances for the amount of receivables that will prove uncollectible.  We base these allowances on our historical collection experience, the length of time our receivables are outstanding, the financial circumstances of individual customers, and general business and economic conditions.

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