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8/17/2010 11:55 PM EDT
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re: More states file suits against LCD makers
Kinnar   8/18/2010 8:14:39 AM
This is the case where companies will not be able to accept it in totality. On the other way companies should as well not become that much greedy. It also a time that companies should start manufacturing units in the developing countries, that way they will be able to have buffer production in this kind of situations. But West Virginia Attorney General is quite right one should not make maximum use of the volatile market and put burden on the consumers indirectly.

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