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  • gerald_finneran gerald_finneran Nov 13, 2002 8:08 PM Flag

    Good alliance!

    Why?? Never heard of this company. Do they have much market share? Many customers? Is this going to drive revenue for SEBL?? Hard to tell. Looks like just another case of a small parasite company trying to ride SEBL's tattered coattails.

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