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Semiconductor Websites Are Growing In Popularity

The internet has grown tremendously over the past decade.
 With this, many businesses and companies have grown also.
 One industry that has seen a rise in profit is the components
 industry. Many distributors have looked to the Web to promote
 products rather than the outdated catalog print IC SUPPLY
 has equipped their website with multiple features that aid the
customer in locating the parts they need. One of these features
is the Live Chat, which enables a customer to converse personally
 with a IC SUPPLY sales rep. Our website is geared towards
easing the search for products for our customers

War costs have working class individuals on hook for possible $4 trillion tab

A study has been released through Brown University regarding battle expenses. The study asserts that the wars America has fought since 2001 could up to trillions of dollars. The final expense of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq may add up to $4 trillion, and might have resulted in the deaths of up to 250,000 people.

24th June Demonstration - Invest in Health Not War


Call for Global Demonstrations on 24 June 2004 to Demand that the Bush Administration:


24 June Demonstration - Invest in Health Not War, Global Demonstrations

Global Demonstrations & Events for 24 June 2004

Demonstrations will be taking place at United States Embassies and Consulates.

Activists will be sending out press releases as well as writing letters to Daniel R. Coats at the Embassy of the United States in Berlin.


Organisers will be meeting with US Government representatives and faxing the White House and US Embassies/Consulates.

South Africa
Demonstrations will be taking place in East London, Cape Town and Johannesburg. The offices at Makhado (formerly Louis Trichardt) and Nelspruit will be leading seminars.

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