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Electronics Production | September 05, 2005

RoHS compliance cheaper than expected

Technology Forecasters said that RoHS compliance costs is not as high as many thinks.
"We are hearing statistics from some mistaken consultants that name-brand electronics companies need to spend 10% of their R&D budgets to comply to RoHS," remarked Pamela Gordon, president of Technology Forecasters. According to a survey made by TFI meeting the RoHS directive will charge the company only 2-3% of cost of goods sold. Pamela Gordon also points out that if this is done strategically it may increase sales and market shares.

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