But I don't think Fuji Xerox is going to give up Australia. Besides Australia is the Euro language outpost in Asia. Plus my bet is that lots of Aussie's speak Chinese or Japanese. Or more likely, the Chinese diaspora Aussies and the Japanese disapora Aussies can speak English as well as anyone.
Note: The Xerox (USA) Market Cap last time I looked was $4.5 billion. Maybe FujiFilm wants to be the Mittal Steel of Print? Or maybe IBM, who got beat on the Sun acqusition could spin off InfoPrint and then they could be the Mittal Steel of Print? or maybe HP could do the same? In any case, my IRA could be so happy.
Then I could blog less about Print and more about education, wikinewspapers and wikibooks and bookazines and see textbooks change into something that really helps.
Fujifilm Sericol snapped up by Fujifilm Australia - News Archive - Print21:
"Fujifilm Sericol snapped up by Fujifilm Australia
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
Integration of ink manufacturer, Fujifilm Sericol gives Fujifilm Australia access to new markets.
From 4 May, Fujifilm Sericol will operate as a business unit within specially built premises at Fujifilm’s headquarters in Brookvale, Sydney."