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1961 International Computers and Tabulators and GEC formed a new joint venture called I. C. T. Engineering, which was 90 percent owned by ICT and 10 percent by GEC. The new company assumed responsibility for ICT's research and design division, and for the GEC computer development department at Coventry. GEC would continue to supply most of ICT's electronics requirement; ICT would take over the majority interest in computer development