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what less as a percentage of total USPS-
delivered mail. However, even including Gen-
eration II EMS, the split between first class
and all other classes of mail would change from
61/39 in 1985 to essentially an even split
Several computer runs were performed to
determine the sensitivity of the base case
results to changes in key variables and/or
As discussed in chapter 3, the growth in
USPS mail volume since World War II has
averaged over 3 percent compounded annual-
Figure 5.-Market Penetration for High But PI
(assuming 30/' growth in
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