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Commentary: Electronics outlook seems dreary; in fact it's the opposite

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re: Commentary: Electronics outlook seems dreary; in fact it's the opposite
abraxalito   1/11/2013 6:34:38 AM
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"All we need now is for the U.S. Congress to act and create a business friendly tax structure and develop a plan for a balanced budget" - tickled by this last. The balanced budget will never happen - at least not before serious inflation to nullify the incurred unpayable debts.

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