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SPI, short for Simulations Publications, Inc., was a publisher of board games in the 1970s and early 1980s. The company was founded in 1969 by James F. Dunnigan[?]. When SPI went bankrupt in 1982, its assets were divided between game producers TSR and Avalon Hill.

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SPI stands for The Society of the Plastics Industry, a trade association for the plastics industry in the United States.

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In the open source movement, SPI stands for the Software in the Public Interest organization.

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