Just now, after supposedly reaching a settlement with the Japanese over U.S. car parts and car exports, the U.S. government is helping Kodak pursue Japan with claims of unfair trade practices in the selling of film. More quietly, a less-than-household-name in the film business here in the United States is tackling our market with a product offering that would compete with Kodak's much-publicized electronic imaging system. And what Kodak is trying to sell is a good deal more expensive in ...

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