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Kodak said it plans a research center in Japan.

October 22, 1985

The Eastman Kodak research and development center is expected to employ up to 150 scientists and technicians, the firm said. "Our intention is to draw on the valuable resources of this country--both in terms of people and in terms of high technology," Kay R. Whitmore, Kodak's president, added in a prepared statement. One task of the Japanese center will be to adapt Kodak products for Japanese use, particularly where language differences require special software, a company spokesman said.

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