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  • FAFAFLUNKY99 FAFAFLUNKY99 Dec 20, 1999 9:52 PM Flag

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    Wrong again....New Zealand is one of the finer
    countrys...Nationalistic?...and the Japanese ain't?....they throw some goofy
    "tradition" in your face anytime something should be done in
    a different way. Philips has many plants in the
    Netherlands.....Almelo, wehre they make Analytical X-ray systems, Medical
    Systems is in another section...in the Almelo plant,
    FLUKE test instruments took over PTMI(Philips Test and
    Measuring ) a few years ago, they make the FLUKE ScopeMeter
    there. it was originally another PHILIPS product and
    invention, it is now jsut branded FLUKE....Do you remeber
    Ann Frank..the Diary of?...Do you know who hid her
    and her family...I think her name was MEEP...a Dutch
    citizen, who put herself at risk, to save the Jewish
    people....Philips also has some lightin plants in the Netherlands,
    you are uninformed, and basicly clueless. They also
    have about 7 plants in Mexico, as does SOny and RCA
    and many other companies, with plants in
    Mexico...Philips tv sets are still made in TENN(the 27" and above)
    for the U.S. Canada market..Philips has plants in 66
    countries...they have closed down a lot, due to "over
    capacity"...they want to be down to about 177, rather than about
    240 round' the world...Sony wishs it had that massive
    a manufacturing base....employing a lot of people,
    in the local market.
    where are the PlayStations
    assembled? PlayLand?

 
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