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January 18, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Senior Administration officials are investigating possible risks to national security in a proposed sale of a computer-related operation of Monsanto Co. to a West German company, U.S. officials said Tuesday. The case involves the proposed sale of Monsanto Electronic Materials of Palo Alto to Huels AG of West Germany. The American company, an operating division of the giant Monsanto chemical company headquartered in St. Louis, produces silicon wafers, the flat disks used to make computer chips.
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February 8, 1989 | ART PINE, Times Staff Writer
New U.S. Trade Representative Carla A. Hills reiterated Tuesday that the Bush Administration will support a renewal of current U.S. steel import quotas but said she will first attempt to persuade other countries to cut their steel subsidies. In her first interview with reporters since taking office, Hills also indicated that she is moving to resolve the U.S. dispute with a European Community rule prohibiting the use of growth hormones in beef imported into community nations.
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January 24, 1989 | ART PINE, Times Staff Writer
A high-level U.S. review board recommended Monday that the Bush Administration not try to block plans by Monsanto to sell a silicon manufacturing subsidiary in Palo Alto to a West German company, despite earlier concerns that it could pose some national security risks. U.S. officials said the recommendation came after the would-be buyer provided written assurances that it would keep the factories and research and development facilities inside the United States.
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January 24, 1989 | ART PINE, Times Staff Writer
A high-level U.S. review board recommended Monday that the Bush Administration not try to block plans by Monsanto to sell a silicon manufacturing subsidiary in Palo Alto to a West German company, despite earlier concerns that it could pose some national security risks. U.S. officials said the recommendation came after the would-be buyer provided written assurances that it would keep the factories and research and development facilities inside the United States.
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February 8, 1989 | ART PINE, Times Staff Writer
New U.S. Trade Representative Carla A. Hills reiterated Tuesday that the Bush Administration will support a renewal of current U.S. steel import quotas but said she will first attempt to persuade other countries to cut their steel subsidies. In her first interview with reporters since taking office, Hills also indicated that she is moving to resolve the U.S. dispute with a European Community rule prohibiting the use of growth hormones in beef imported into community nations.
BUSINESS
January 18, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Senior Administration officials are investigating possible risks to national security in a proposed sale of a computer-related operation of Monsanto Co. to a West German company, U.S. officials said Tuesday. The case involves the proposed sale of Monsanto Electronic Materials of Palo Alto to Huels AG of West Germany. The American company, an operating division of the giant Monsanto chemical company headquartered in St. Louis, produces silicon wafers, the flat disks used to make computer chips.
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