Implications of Electronic Mail and Message Systems for the U.S. Postal Service Page: 43
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Figure 7.-Sensitivity Analyses of Market Pene
* . . 1981 estimated
" rUSPS volume
--* -... *. USPS volur
(assume 2% underlying mailstream
growth unless otherwise indicated
30/. growth in underlying mainstream ..........
1000/. stimulation of additional Generation II EMS .
EFT growth rates cut in half .................
Generation Ill EMS delayed in 3 years ..........
20/. growth in underlying mainstream ..........
Generation Ill EMS accelerated by 3 years .....
USPS does not deliver industry Generation
10/0 growth in underlying mainstream ..........
Second-/third-class mail diversion to alternativ
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