WASHINGTON -- A survey of Y2K readiness and contingency plans conducted by the Grocery Manufacturers of America here and Ernst & Young LLP shows almost 90% of respondents have completed the final stage in identifying, fixing and testing areas affected by Y2K. ough Jan. 1, 2000 and beyond. Almost 97% say they are confident or very confident their contingency plans will successfully prepare them to thwart any Y2K-related issues with minimal effect on their businesses. "Consumers should ...
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