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The formation of alliances—often temporary—by companies who are usually in competition with each other. A good example of this is the coopetition of IBM, Sun, Apple, and Netscape for the promotion of the Java programming language. Sometimes it is called a cartel, particularly by those who oppose the companies who are carrying out the coopetition.

Subjects: Computing.

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