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Sega Enterprises Ltd said it has learned the Chinese authorities punished the Shenchu Electronic Equipment Factory, which was accused of illegally making and selling copies of Sega video-game machines and software; the French Agence France-Press International News Service reports that China’s National Copyright Administration fined the Shenzhen-based firm, a subcontractor to Taiwan’s Dayang Electronics Co, $3,500 and ordered it to stop manufacturing and selling illegal machines and programs; the firm also was ordered to hand over all infringing game cards that contain clones of Sega programs.

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