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Thompson Private Letter for September 2016

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Contents

Opinion: Pulp & Paper--steady as she goes

Prediction: Manufacturers returning to U.S. may mean jobs for robots, not people

Application: Plant cellulose prevents short circuits in batteries

Investigation: Company urges rice farmers to plant trees

Speculation: Another example of "Country Risk"

Commendation: Salute!...Employees save co-worker's life

Recommendation: Productivity: Company prunes deadwood among employees

Conclusion: Another year...

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