> SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Trend Micro Inc., the world's third-largest
> anti-virus software maker, said on Friday computer virus attacks cost
> global businesses an estimated $55 billion in damages in 2003, a sum
> that would rise this year.

> Companies lost roughly $20 billion to $30 billion in 2002 from the virus
> attacks, up from about $13 billion in 2001, according to various
> industry estimates.


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