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November 03, 1987

The Commerce Department reported that Japan has ceased dumping low-priced computer chips in foreign markets. The finding, which had been anticipated, opens the way for an expected further easing of U.S. sanctions on Japanese electronics products. "Our monthly monitoring now shows clear, firm and continuing evidence that third-country dumping has stopped," said Bruce Smart, undersecretary of commerce. Smart said, however, that Japan continues to violate a second portion of a 1986 U.S.-Japanese semiconductor pact calling for increased U.S. access to Japanese markets.

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