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Japan's factories in Beijing closed for SARS
5/30/2003

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[Beijing, May 30, 2003] National Electronics, a Japanese company, has shut down two of its Beijing factories since May 17 because five employees have contracted SARS, confirmed by the company’s spokesperson. Both factories will be closed for at least two weeks.

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