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November 17, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Turns out that Amstrad Plc is only really at the show to promote its PC1640 8086 MS-DOS micros to small business, and that the hot new PC2000s will not make it across the water until the second quarter of next year – something to do with getting approval from the Federal Communications Commission that they don’t infringe its stringent rules on maximum emission of radiation: even so, observers say that the company is already taking $100m a year out of the US – ‘n’that, as they say, ain’t hay.

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