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Asian reports said that the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that Japanese sales of supercomputers into its home market will damage American-built boxes Last month, NEC asked the US Supreme Court to stop the Commerce Department from dumping SX-4 machines into the home market. Now, if Japanese companies attempt to sell their super-tin to US government agencies, such sales will be prima facie, construed as dumping. That will mean punitive anti-dumping duties will be levied. ®

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