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How dare you question the Queen's words. She said $10 billion, end of story.The idiots who wrote the contract must have gotten it wrong. Wait, may be she meant $10 billion Rubies. Pesos? Riggets? Chinese Yen? Japanese Yen?. Whatever it is, she is right. Like some one said here: she is in control, no infidels here.
Suzu San,Can you provide the link to your quote? It does not look like a misquote or typo. The numbers of "3" and "10" neither sound alike nor look like in English. May be in Indian or Janpanese?
http://www.marketwatch.com/news/yhoo/story.asp?source=blq/yhoo&siteid=yhoo&dist=yhoo&guid=%7B7FE9E805%2D2D4E%2D4BAE%2DB5DB%2DDFCF70C719C6%7DPALO ALTO, Calif. (CBS.MW) -- Hewlett-Packard moved Friday to claim a bigger piece of the computer-services industry by scoring a $3 billion services deal with household products company Procter & Gamble.http://www.forbes.com/2003/04/11/cx_dd_0411video2.html?partner=yahoo&referrer=HP, led by Chief Executive Carly Fiorina, said the contract with P&G (nyse: PG - news - people ) was worth $10 billion over ten years. Read for yourself