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February 18, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

ICL Plc opened an office in Romania last month with the announcement that it had won a UKP1.6m contract, funded by the European Community’s PHARE programme, to supply the Romanian National Commission for Statistics with four DRS 6000s, 25 80486 desktop personal computers, an Oracle Corp relational database management system and statistical analysis system, plus training and support: the new system will replace two ICL mainframes, installed in 1966 at headquarters in Budapest, and at another site in Ploiesti; ICL is also tendering for the next phase of the project to install systems in 40 regional offices; ICL said the contract was the largest of its kind in the country; although the group only established a presence in Romania last year, it expects to treble existing staff numbers to 15 by the end of 1993.

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