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A Swedish company "Datasaab Contracting AB" is in the Denied Persons List of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Is it just using the same name or is there a deeper relation? 22.214.171.124 23:46, 26 October 2006 (UTC)
It is probably related to the so called DataSAAB affair in the authum 1980. DataSAAB sold a civilian air control system to the Soviet Union and it containd some US PCBs. The affair continued until 1984 when Ericsson (then owners of DataSAAB) was fined 32.5 million SEK by the US government. Sweden was also denied to purchase Sidewinder AIM-9L and engines for JAS 39 Gripen. // Liftarn
Twice in the article, a date of 1978 was mentioned. For example: "In 1978, Stansaab changed its name to Datasaab." If a bunch of people "Friends of Datasaab" included that in their 5-volume history, then there is something awry. I worked for a London software house in 1975 that was using Datasaab (not Stansaab) D15's to develop applications. All the literature was branded "Datasaab." I'm not sure I couldn't dig up some dated brochures if I try. In 1976, I was a contractor to Datasaab USA in New York City. ExpatSalopian (talk) 14:04, 8 September 2011 (UTC)
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