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Mandriva goes green with packaging for 2010

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Mandriva, Europe's leading Linux publisher, offers clients recyclable, environmentally-friendly packaging for its latest distribution: Mandriva linux 2010.

At a time when bringing in sustainable development policies is imperative for business, Mandriva has gone for entirely recyclable packaging for its latest distribution to meet customer wishes.

In line with Mandriva's policy of Innovation, Mandriva Linux 2010 is working for the environment. This revolutionary distribution puts Mandriva apart from other Linux distributions on the market.

An Ethicity study carried out in June 2009 reveals that 75% of people questioned were concerned about manufacturing methods and socially responsible business methods. And Mandriva has not hesitated in responding to those concerns by opting for recyclable packaging.

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