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July 19, 1987

FROM 1 AUGUST US FIRMS WILL BE ABLE TO TENDER FOR JAPANESE STATE CONTRACTS

By CBR Staff Writer

The Japanese government has responded to US complaints that the likes of Cray Research and ETA Systems don’t get a fair crack at bidding on state contracts for supercomputers because they only learn of the tenders long after Japanese firms have been contacted, by agreeing that from August 1, state agencies will notify their intention of buying scientific supercomputers in the official government gazette, enabling US firms to become involved at the start of the process.

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