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LexisNexis, the legal and news research arm of Reed Elsevier plc, said last week it's developing a system to help it compete with chief rival Thomson Corp., as well as Internet search engines. The system, code-named Rosetta and due early next year, provides a single point of access to the company's multiple product lines and divisions. Rosetta employs XML tags and Web services to allow LexisNexis to aggregate content across geographic boundaries, something it can't do today.

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