Retailers and wholesalers are adopting a tougher tone in their year-2000 communications with suppliers and trading partners. At least two retailers have threatened to seek an alternate supplier, if their current one cannot guarantee an uninterrupted flow of product after Jan. 1, 2000. On a wider scale, what had been requests for information about progress toward year-2000 compliance have become increasingly specific demands to know precisely what trading partners are doing to deal with the ...

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