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There's nothing about the Expro bankruptcy in either of the two big Canadian business papers and Expro was bought by a big outfit, SNC - Lavalin in December.
http://www.snc-lavalin.com/pub1/communications/dec_6_2001_9h49m5s.asp

   Canadian papers don't publish on Sundays, so something might come out tomorrow.  Wait and see, I guess.

   IIRC, DuPont quit manufacuring powder in the U.S. in 1978.

   If it is true, the VISA's going to take a big hit at the gunshow next weekend.

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Hi, Ray:
   I missed the last word in the 2nd paragraph of the SNC-Lavalin press release.

"The agreement was made possible thanks to a strong commitment on the part of all parties involved,  including Federal and Provincial governments, unions, creditors, shareholders and an interim receiver."

  So Expro was in what I suppose is the equivalent of Chapter 11 or 13 and the assets were bought by SNC-Lavalin 2 months ago.   Old news.

  Didn't Nobel Powders of Scotland shut down in the early 90s?  They were the orginal suppliers of newly manufactured H332, IIRC.

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Jack
 
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