Hitting High Notes In Notebooks
These are hard days in Taiwan's computer industry. Plummeting PC prices are turning manufacturing into a low-margin, high-volume game. Taiwanese companies must offer complicated inventory and distribution services to keep clients. But the island's computer makers aren't licking their wounds. Instead, they are moving nimbly to outflank global rivals in the hot market for notebook PCs.
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