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April 17, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:56pm


By CBR Staff Writer

It’s pretty hard to argue an anti-dumping case in front of people that have no understanding of the computer industry or of computer architectures, so NEC Corp is resorting to a good cop- bad cop approach over its supercomputer dumping charge. On the one hand, it is saying that it will help Cray Research Inc develop next generation technology if the ruling is dismissed. But if it loses the case, it will bypass the US trade rules by simply servicing US clients from Canada, putting all the terminals and printers in at the client site and leaving the supercomputer sitting in splendid isolation up in Canada.

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