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India currency reform having mix influence on Taiwan IT players, says paper
EDN, December 13; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
India's recent currency reform reportedly has made local consumers become less willing to make purchase and has impacted smartphone sales in the country; however, Compal Electronics, Wistron and Inventec, which have plants in India, are only seeing...
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