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October 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

That may be so, but IBM ain’t saying: the company declined comment on the reports, saying it had a policy of not characterising its relationships with suppliers (there are limits, even to glasnost): the company did say that its memory requirements are essentially unchanged, and that there has been no change in overall demand for IBM products, also that it achieving production gains in memory chip production and routinely makes adjustments in the kinds of memory it buys from outside suppliers, such as changing memory chip capacity – as often as every quarter.

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