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In article <p50807$h4j$>, sms says...
> Japan doesn't want a chinese or Korean company taking over Nikon.

Aside from national pride, are there any other reasons a Chinese or 
Korean company shouldn't be buying Nikon? Do Nikon make any military 
items for instance?
Alfred Molon

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