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While world leaders were putting their feet up and enjoy a relaxing weekend in Florence, Italy, Chipzilla's negotiators have obviously been beavering away if a map at Intel’s channel website here is to be believed. For the former Soviet Union is labelled 'Europe' with the last e a couple of hundred miles due north of Vladivostock. Meanwhile, the French will no doubt set a few lorries on fire and ban some more beef when they discover that according to the Intel map, their country is now part of the Middle East, along with Germany, Switzerland, and the more westerly parts of China. Alternatively, the map could simply be a product of the same mysterious and ill-informed Intel department which produced Chipzilla's now legendary guide to dealing with the European press. ®

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