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100 DATA PROCESSING JOBS LOST.

NDL International, a U.S.-owned data processing firm based in Denver, Col., laid off more than 100 workers after previously announcing its closure and move to Costa Rica, reports The Nation newspaper (April 23, 1988). The predominantly female staff had been informed since March that some of them would no longer be needed after June 1. NDL, which has been based in Barbados for 20 years, had employed 250 persons. "They're done with us and going to Costa Rica after we worked so good all these years," said one data entry operator who had been employed at NDL for 13 years.
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