October 1993
Business America;10/4/93, Vol. 114 Issue 20, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on developments that affect prospects for American business in Belgium. Positive outlook for the Belgian computer hardware market; Sales of computer hardware and peripherals in 1992; Accountability in sales of American printer companies; Absence of domestic printer manufacturing industry in Belgium; Provision of customer base for American printer equipment.


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