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French law bars the display or sale of racist material, according to the Dow Jones news service.
But maybe there's some hope: Smith recently told the Dow Jones news service that he supports tougher standards on coal-fired power plants that spew smog-forming emissions--a good deal of which are produced in the Ohio Valley but find their way to New England states like Smith's home state of New Hampshire.
He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from DePauw University in 1929, and that fall joined Dow Jones & Co., publishers of The Wall Street Journal, the Dow Jones News Service, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and Barron's.
daily newspapers, including The New York Times News Service, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and USA Today; more than 20 newswire services, including Dow Jones News Service and Associated Press Newswires; editorial from 4700 business and trade publications, including Barron's, Forbes, Fortune and Business Week; SEC filings available 60 minutes after receipt; Investext analyst reports on more than 14,000 public companies; topical and regional multibases that combine numerous publications into one source, including Securities and Blue Sky News, Tax News, United Kingdom Newspapers and World Reporter, a collection of over 400 international publications; and, securities pricing.
The Dow Jones news service observes that the pact gives the Swiss company access to the fast-growing Brazilian market and reduces Agie-Charmilles' exposure to currency fluctuations.
The company told the Dow Jones news service in Japan that pre-tax profit was boosted by the weak yen while sales were hurt by price cuts for the Nintendo 64 game machine - which also contributed to a 5.2% drop in operating profit to 45.75 billion yen ($376.9m).
Thai banks "can't imagine what will happen if they tell you the truth," a director of a Hong Kong-based investment management company told Dow Jones News Service in October.
meatpackers are now shipping beef again to Japan following the Japanese government's decision late July to lift the import ban imposed for fear of mad cow disease, Dow Jones news service reported Thursday.
THE NEWS LEAKED OUT OF the Dow Jones news service in New York last week: The U.S.
(Sources: Dow Jones news service, 08/04/03; La Cronica de Hoy, 08/05/03, 08/06/03; Spanish news service EFE, Associated Press, 08/18/03; CNI en Linea, 08/18/03; El Sol de Mexico, 08/05/03, 08/19/03; Notimex, El Universal, 08/19/03; Reuters, 08/18/03, 08/29/03; Reforma, 08/19/03, 08/29/03; Unomasuno, 08/29/03; CNI en Linea, 08/30/03)
In related news, Dow Jones Newswires has launched a training program for its real-time equities news and information product, Dow Jones News Service. The online training program for financial professinals will provide tips for targeting specific news and Dow Jones content.
ClearForest (http://www.clearforest.com), a provider of knowledge-extraction products, has announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Dow Jones Newswires to deliver Dow Jones News Service to ClearForest customers.
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