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Report available: The First Year of the RIPE NCC

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  • From: Daniel Karrenberg <Daniel.Karrenberg@localhost
  • Date: Fri, 03 Sep 1993 14:08:09 +0200
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	Ref:            ripe-092
	Title:          The First Year of the RIPE NCC
	Author:         Daniel Karrenberg
	Date:           3 Sep 1993
	Format:         PS=27959 TXT=4094

Short content description

This very short document is the first formal yearly report of 
the RIPE NCC. It contains an overview of the expenditures during
the first year of operations. For detailed information, please
consult the Quarterly Reports.

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