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KAYPRO CHAIRMAN EXPLAINS LOSS WITH CHIP SHORTAGE

The shortage of memory chips is getting to be intolerable KayPro Corp chairman Andrew Kay told USA Today, adding that the $616,000 KayPro lost in its most recent quarter could have been wiped out if chip supplies were increased and prices dropped: USA Today adds that Sun Microsystems Inc is having to send employees around the world to seek out scarce commodity memories, and the shortage is now expected to extend at least until early 1989.

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