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This is the real upbeat and positive news for JBIL's stock owner from the latest news report:

Driven by its many end-user
industries, the contract manufacturing market continues to have explosive
growth. In fact, the market is growing faster than the industries it serves.
The biggest contract manufacturing end-user industry is currently computers,
although by the end of the forecast period, it is expected that
communications, including telecommunications and data communications, will
take the lead.
According to strategic research by Frost & Sullivan (, U.S.
Contract Manufacturing Markets, in 1997 the market is expected to be worth
almost $21.8 billion. During the forecast period from 1997 to 2004 the market
is anticipated to continue its strong compound annual growth rate at
26.1 percent, and by the end of the period the market should be worth over
$110 billion. "OEMs are increasingly seeing contract manufacturing as a sound
strategy to take care of their manufacturing needs," says Frost & Sullivan
Analyst Jouni Forsman.

If this is true, then JBIL is well position for more growth and naturally JBIL's price will eventually reach a new higher ground again despite all the negative reaction from 3Com situation.
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