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March 22, 1987

US COMMERCE DEPARTMENT TO IMPOSE DUTIES ON JAPANESE PRODUCTS

By CBR Staff Writer

But the US Commerce Department now reckons that it has all the evidence it needs that Japanese chipmakers are still dumping memories in third countries, and the Cabinet Economic Policy Council will meet this week to decide what action to take: a possibility is that rather than hurt US computer manufacturers and other chip users by imposing punitive duties on Japanese parts, they will impose the duties on Japanese manufactures – such as laser printers – that use the chips.

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