Europe's Computer Giants Circle The Wagons

It's called European Nervous System (ENS), and it's just what the European computer industry needs to chase away a severe case of depression. For three years, the European Commission has been batting around a grand scheme for a web of computer systems that would track people, goods, and services across borders in the unified market after 1992. Now, Europe's three struggling computer rivals are banding together in an effort to seal the lucrative contracts for themselves.

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