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Short Take: France's Bull to Sell NEC Supercomputers

French manufacturer Bull will sell NEC supercomputers as a result of a strategic tie-up, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported. The electronics giant and other supercomputer makers have ceased selling in the American market following last September's U.S. International Trade Commission finding that Japanese firms have been dumping, and turned their attentions on Europe instead. NEC already has a sales unit in Germany.

French manufacturer Bull will sell NEC supercomputers as a result of a strategic tie-up, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported. The electronics giant and other supercomputer makers have ceased selling in the American market following last September's U.S. International Trade Commission finding that Japanese firms have been dumping, and turned their attentions on Europe instead. NEC already has a sales unit in Germany.