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You are the project manager for the international contract manufacturing firm with manufacturing the plants and offices in India, China and Thailand. Your company design and manufacture various consumer electronics such as flat screen, television, laptop computers, monitors, e.t.c. Your company is in the process of bidding on a project to manufacture the next generation 128-bit video game console for x-cube station. As a potential bidder for this project your company must register so that it is on the qualified seller list. Which of the following statements are true?

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