So glad I bought a Kodak printer last week, now they're going bankrupt. So what difference will it make ? No ink cartridges ?
23:17 Thu 19th Jan 2012
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Seemingly only in the US and it has asked for bankruptcy protection whilst it restructures, so u will be fine.
They've been lent $960m to enable them to restructure.
I think it only effect their cameras and film etc.

They will still maker printers and cartridges.
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thanks !
Not a problem. They continue to trade. Its my pension I am concerned about noit a £10 cartridge!

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