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January 13, 1988

BORLAND’S JAPANESE LANGUAGE VERSION OF TURBO C SCRAPPED BEFORE RELEASE

By CBR Staff Writer

I/O magazine reports that a Japanese language version of Borland International’s Turbo C was completed in July 1987, but was scrapped before release – because Borland fell out with the distributor which developed it, Southern Pacific and told it to abandon the development effort in August: Southern Pacific believes the reason is that Borland plans its own Japanese subsidiary and wants to collaborate with other Japanese companies; since, it claims, Borland approved the development, Southern Pacific wants the Scotts Valley, California company to pay its costs.

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