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June 15, 199_


Dear Ms Alice Grant,


Thank you very much for your invitation. We will be very glad to take part in
the exhibition, and we will bring our new computers to the show. Thank you for
giving us a good chance to show (display) our computers.


Yours sincerely,


Zhang Meng
(Public Relationship Department)
Dadi Computer Company

								
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