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Obsolescence, counterfeiting and COTS: Understanding the consequences

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Redding McLemore
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re: Obsolescence, counterfeiting and COTS: Understanding the consequences
Redding McLemore   3/26/2013 1:40:21 PM
Excellent summary of the situation, Yousef. It is important for the readers to understand the distinction between the independent distributor mentioned in your article and that of the authorized distributors of which Vishay Presision Group supports.

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