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November 2011
PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);11/4/2011, p8
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The article discusses the termination of Collins Ink Corp's contract with Eastman Kodak Co., which prompted Kodak to file a lawsuit against the company for breach of contract in Great Britain.


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