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McClelland, Stephen
April 2001
Telecommunications - International Edition;Apr2001, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p6
Trade Publication
Analyzes the cause of the downfall of the high technology companies. Massive injection of liquidity into the market by central banks that feared a meltdown; Need to slow down the introduction of innovations to the market; Inability of the marketplace to absorb overnight the large number of technology upgrades.


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