Helium cutbacks to be less severe than initially predicted

After previously announcing vast helium shortage-induced cutbacks, a number of industrial gas companies in Japan have softened their stance on reduced helium deliveries in the fourth quarter of 2007 and are now planning to trim deliveries by only 10%, rather than 20-30%.

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