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June 10, 1987 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Pentagon has delayed awarding millions of dollars in contracts to Toshiba Corp. while Japan investigates charges that the company sold secret high-tech equipment to the Soviets for building quieter submarines, officials said Tuesday. Among the Toshiba contracts jeopardized by the action is the proposed purchase of 90,000 laptop computers for the Air Force valued at $100 million. The company, responding to U.S.
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July 1, 1987 | OSWALD JOHNSTON, Times Staff Writer
The Senate, seeking to avenge damage done to Western military security, voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to bar Toshiba Corp. and a Norwegian firm from doing business in the United States for up to five years because they sold sophisticated submarine technology to the Soviets. The measure, inserted into the massive trade bill that is grinding toward final Senate passage, prohibits the Japanese firm and Kongsberg Vaapenfabrik, Norway's state-owned arms company, from receiving U.S.
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July 1, 1987 | OSWALD JOHNSTON, Times Staff Writer
The Senate, seeking to avenge damage done to Western military security, voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to bar Toshiba Corp. and a Norwegian firm from doing business in the United States for up to five years because they sold sophisticated submarine technology to the Soviets. The measure, inserted into the massive trade bill that is grinding toward final Senate passage, prohibits the Japanese firm and Kongsberg Vaapenfabrik, Norway's state-owned arms company, from receiving U.S.
BUSINESS
June 10, 1987 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Pentagon has delayed awarding millions of dollars in contracts to Toshiba Corp. while Japan investigates charges that the company sold secret high-tech equipment to the Soviets for building quieter submarines, officials said Tuesday. Among the Toshiba contracts jeopardized by the action is the proposed purchase of 90,000 laptop computers for the Air Force valued at $100 million. The company, responding to U.S.
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