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Computex Taipei 2012 kicks off

06-06-2012 07:16 BJT

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Asia’s biggest annual computer expo has kicked off in Taipei, Taiwan. The world’s leading PC makers are seeking to boost their presence to attract visitors and buyers.

This year’s Computex Taipei will feature the latest designs in the information and communication technology sector. These include smart handsets, ultra-thin laptops and cloud computing services from a total of 18-hundred exhibitors.

The chairman of the External Trade Development Council says this year’s Computex is expected to generate new business worth 28 billion US dollars for Taiwan’s ICT sector. That is an amount equal to 25 percent of the island’s ICT export output last year. Some 1,000 procurement meetings will be held between buyers and exhibitors.

Asia’s biggest annual computer expo has kicked off in Taipei, Taiwan. The world’s leading PC makers are seeking to boost their presence to attract visitors and buyers.

Asia’s biggest annual computer expo has kicked off in Taipei, Taiwan. The world’s leading PC makers are seeking to boost their presence to attract visitors and buyers.

Asia’s biggest annual computer expo has kicked off in Taipei, Taiwan. The world’s leading PC makers are seeking to boost their presence to attract visitors and buyers.

 

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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