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Samsung Will Pay Galaxy Note 7 Suppliers For Unused Parts

The next chapter in the unending Galaxy Note 7 exploding phone saga— According to a new report from Reuters, Samsung will pay suppliers who already made components of the Galaxy Note 7 for unused parts. The company will also “ consider giving them orders for other models to cushion the blow.” Samsung also plans to compensate suppliers for any unused Galaxy Note 7 raw materials.
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