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December 2, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Matsushita Electronics has announced that it is joining the rush of Japanese personal computer manufacturers to make their machines in the US: the giant consumer electronics comppany says that it plans to produce MS-DOS microcomputers in the US, but they are expected to be 80286- or 80386-based IBM AT-alikes; earlier this year, IBM accused Matsushita of violating its copyright in the BIOS in the FX-800 business computer, leading Matsushita to take the machine back for a rethink; Matsushita will be the sixth Japanese computer firm to make micros in the US.

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