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November 7, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

IBM Corp’s chairman also ignored the convention that you don’t criticise your government when overseas by delivering a broadside over the active matrix display panel anti-dumping duties: he said that IBM might assemble more machines in Japan if the duty – intended to help a non-existent US industry isn’t lifted; he said that IBM executives haven’t concluded what we’re going to do about the tariff – but of course we could assemble complete computer systems here in Japan and avoid the tariff, he said – from an American point of view that’s an export of jobs that exacerbates the balance of trade; it’s not easy to understand why that is good for the US, and then I hope I have made myself clear on the subject, he added pointedly.

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