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June 1998
New Hampshire Business Review;06/19/98, Vol. 20 Issue 13, p32
Reports on business developments in New Hampshire as of June 19, 1998. Layoff of 50 workers at L.W. Packard Co.; United States Golf Association's consideration of banning Sturm Ruger and Co.'s `Big Bertha' golf clubs.


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