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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotohuis
    It's in the local German newspaper. (I am from the Netherlands but SPUR is also located near Düren so it's in this region bads news of course)

    Robert
    Are you Vonked? Spending too much time at the coffee houses?

    What does the economic fortunes of Tura have to do directly with SPUR? Schain's business has ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with Tura beyond renting room for his lab on their property. Since the property was not destroyed in an atomic blast there is little to assume that it will disappear irrespective of the fortunes of Tura. And just as he moved there last year he could, should the entire town of Dueren be relocated--- as some German politicians as well as so-called leading "economics" seem to indirectly suggest for most of the country to feed the endless gread of some German multinationals unsatisfied with just record profits --- to China or some other country where worker's rights and unions are not needed (being a communist paradise any forms of syndicalism or other worker's rights movements are little more than economic sabatoge and counter-revolutionary activies which, like all acts of treason, result in death), he can move again....

    Demand for his traffic and commercial developers has, in fact, never been higher!
    Last edited by edz; 03-10-2005 at 07:07 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by claytume
    Edward

    you're German right?
    No
    Edward C. Zimmermann
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    Yes, indeed. I am from the Fotohuis RoVo company and I thought you were located in Switzerland.

    Apart from the political statement, indeed Mr. Schain is fully independent of Tura. He's only renting one building on their plant.
    We are the distributor for SPUR in the Netherlands. They have some very nice products.

    We will see what is going to happen with Tura. Hopefully they have some other possibilities.

    Robert

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    Edward,

    Quote Originally Posted by edz
    The market is, however, rapidly changing. Fomer "eastern block" players like Foma and Forte are now within the borders of the European Union. Total demand for film has been declining and the market and formats for photographic papers is in transition..
    Just last year Foma and Fuji made an agreement - Foma built a confection line to cut Fuji CN films and color papers, their CN film "Supria" is made in Japan.

    Quote Originally Posted by edz
    Through the weak U.S. dollar and Kodak's global homogenization of pricing, their papers too have become attractive on the German market..
    Is there a publicly known reason why Kodak Supra Endura is only half the price of Ultra Endura?
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