Informed Sources: Dec. 20, 1993

U.S. Supercomputers May Be Headed for China

Washington -- The Clinton Administration has persuaded Japan to agree to a dramatic loosening of controls on Supercomputer sales to China and former Warsaw Pact nations. Since 1987, Japan and the U.S. have had a pact to restrict sales of supercomputers because of their value in nuclear-weapons programs. The policy shift could be worth $5 billion to U.S. firms.

Martha's Vineyard with Palm Trees

Miami -- The White House is considering Fisher Island, a luxurious resort off Miami Beach, as a winter vacation spot for the Clintons, but The First Family won't be heading...

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