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Area of Action

USA, 1964 (MIFF 1964, Area of Action)

Director: Ezra Stone

The story scans I.B.M.'s supporting role in Australia's wool industry, Taiwan's sugar cane, India's jute, amd Japan's chinaware and banking . All strands are brought together in the final; episode of this fast-paced film as we see I.B.M. equipment in Thailand working with ESCAFE to prepare trade statistics for industries in this area.

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