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January 25, 1987

EPSON FORCED TO GET ITS PERSONALIKES FROM KOREA

By CBR Staff Writer

Despite the fear that Japanese companies still engender, everything in the garden that grows under the Rising Sun is far from lovely these days, and another pointer is the news that Seiko Epson has been forced to transfer manufacturing of its Equity I and II Personalikes off-shore. Epson has chosen Tri-Gem Computer Inc of Seoul, South Korea to manufacture the boxes at arate of 120,000 a year, with 80% of output going to the US and the rest to Europe. Epson will continue to make the Equity III AT-alike at a rate of 30,000 annually in Japan.

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