AMERICA'S 50 BIGGEST EXPORTERS Overseas sales took a record leap in 1988. Compaq Computer had the biggest increase -- over 100%. Some once sluggish industries chipped in with big gains too

Prewitt, Edward; Berlin, Rosalind Klein
July 1989
Fortune;7/17/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 2, p50
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