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posted in June 2001
Livingston to move in on Europe and Asia but US and Japanese markets 'too mature'
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6/22/2001   Post a comment
Livingston, the company that rents out, outsources, manages and services test and measurement equipment, is looking to expand in Europe and Asia.
Government plans on how UK plc will compete globally
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6/22/2001   Post a comment
Chancellor Gordon Brown (pictured) has laid out measures designed to make the UK a more competitive place for technology firms to do business.
Taiwan shows signs of slowdown and pick up
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6/15/2001   Post a comment
Trade and export figures from Taiwan, where electronics is the major industry, not only illustrate the extent of the downturn but show that production is already on the increase.
Panel calls for reform of U.S. export controls on processors, computers
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6/8/2001   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- The Semiconductor Industry Association today endorsed a proposal to eliminate U.S. export controls on general-purpose computers and microprocessors that exceed the government's "Millions of Theoretical Operations Per Second" (MTOPS) threshold.


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