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Bourns adds to offerings through acquisition
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3/6/2001   Post a comment
Bourns Inc., Riverside, Calif., a manufacturer of electronic components and integrated solutions, has agreed to acquire the communication protection product lines from Chicago-based Joslyn's JESC Division for an undisclosed sum.
Military-grade parts hard to find for many
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3/5/2001   Post a comment
With a 4.8% increase in defense spending planned for next year, will there be an adequate supply of passive components to build the electronic defense systems vital to U.S. security?
Component oversupply starts to bite
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3/5/2001   Post a comment
The component market has shifted rapidly from shortage to oversupply as the economic slowdown combines with new production facilities coming on-stream.


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