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re: Exclusive: China rising with branded products strategy
rick merritt   3/31/2013 10:56:16 PM
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Great coverage, Junko! It's rare to see any in-depth interviews with these sorts of folks. It will be interesting to see whether ZTE will make any smartphone silicon like Huawei. And I wonder, what's so cool about the Xiomi phones.

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re: Exclusive: China rising with branded products strategy
przem   4/2/2013 2:30:58 AM
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Permit me to regale you with a relevant joke. Two Russian businessmen meet and talk: "Nice tie!" "Thanks, I got it in Paris for $2000" "You fool, you could get the same tie in Moscow for $4000!" The point of this story is that the 'tall and rich' young people seek products that confer status on the buyer and therefore high price is not an issue. I don't think it makes sense but I suspect that's the target audience of the Xiaomi smartphone.

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re: Exclusive: China rising with branded products strategy
Anonymouse1234567891011121314151617181920   4/5/2013 6:58:26 PM
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I work as a vendor to Haier America and they have some pretty nice products that they already are building in the USA.

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