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June 5, 1991
In response to "U.S. Grazing Subsidies Aid Japanese-Owned Ranches," front page, May 26: The article on U.S. grazing subsidies illustrates how American congressmen and senators are no longer protecting American taxpayers. U.S. government rangeland leases were created for American farmers and American farming companies. They were not created for Japanese businesses to exploit at the expense of U.S. taxpayers. Congress must act immediately to close loopholes of this kind in all areas of business.
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January 13, 1994 | H. G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Packard Bell Electronics Inc., the Chatsworth-based personal computer maker that announced plans to move about 1,500 jobs, has narrowed its choices for relocating its production facility and administrative office to Palmdale and Salt Lake County, Utah, sources said. The sources, who are familiar with ongoing talks between Packard Bell and a consortium of Antelope Valley, state and county officials, asked to remain anonymous.
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January 13, 1994 | H. G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Packard Bell Electronics Inc., the Chatsworth-based personal computer maker that announced plans to move about 1,500 jobs, has narrowed its choices for relocating its production facility and administrative office to Palmdale and Salt Lake County, Utah, sources said. The sources, who are familiar with ongoing talks between Packard Bell and a consortium of Antelope Valley, state and county officials, asked to remain anonymous.
BUSINESS
June 5, 1991
In response to "U.S. Grazing Subsidies Aid Japanese-Owned Ranches," front page, May 26: The article on U.S. grazing subsidies illustrates how American congressmen and senators are no longer protecting American taxpayers. U.S. government rangeland leases were created for American farmers and American farming companies. They were not created for Japanese businesses to exploit at the expense of U.S. taxpayers. Congress must act immediately to close loopholes of this kind in all areas of business.
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