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    "... are not required to be replaced" - is this correct usage?

    "Machines manufactured 20 years ago or more have to be replaced. Those under 20 years, which were built using more advanced technological expertise, are not required to be replaced."

    Appreciate your comments with thanks.

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    #2

    Re: "... are not required to be replaced" - is this correct usage?

    It's fine.

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    Re: "... are not required to be replaced" - is this correct usage?

    +1.

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