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China and United States

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In this article you will find out how two different countries argue about how much money they make in the same products as Apple and IBM. I peak this article because I never thought that two countries will argue bout the same products or how much money the countries will make for the same. I read Chapter I of the book an as soon I was done reading I understood what International Marketing means. This article is about how China and United States argue about increasing or decreasing in shipment and profits.

The indifference about two countries and how over pass the global economy:

China Overtakes U.S. as Largest Market for PCs

*China vs. United Stated

*Personal computer shipments between China and USA

*The difference between Apples computers and IBM, and HP

*How China was the biggest largest computer market

*World's market for tablets will exceed 230 million units by 2015

China Overtakes U.S. as Largest Market for PCs

First Cars, Now Computers -- Move Underscores China as Important Economy

Published: August 23, 2011

Lenovo Chairman Liu Chuanzhi

China probably overtook the U.S. as the largest personal-computer market last quarter, after three decades of American dominance in an industry pioneered by Apple and IBM.

Personal-computer shipments in China rose 14% to 18.5 million units during the second quarter, the first time they surpassed the number in the U.S., where they fell 4.8% to 17.7 million, Bryan Ma, an analyst at research firm IDC, said in an interview today. On a full-year basis, China will likely pass the U.S. in 2012, he said.


HP Moves Part of Trend Where Businesses Bank on Services, Solutions

Largest PC Maker Eschews Low-Margin, Commodity Categories

The estimates highlight the growing importance of China's consumers to the global economy after the country passed the U.S. in 2009 as the largest auto market. Hewlett-Packard, the world's largest PC maker, indicated this month it may pull out of that business, while China's Lenovo Group posted quarterly profit that almost doubled.

"This was going to happen sooner or later, just like with the car


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