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Taiwan’s Computex 2010 Taipei to open in June

March 31, 2010

Staff Writer Johnny Wu

The Computex 2010 Taipei, one of three largest computer exhibitions along with German’s CeBIT and US’s CES, will take place at Taipei World Trade Center from June 1 to 5 with about 1,750 participating vendors, a 2% growth compared to last year, Economic Daily News report said.

Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the primary organizer of the exhibition, noted yesterday that booths of China manufacturers have soared to 180 from last year’s 80, a significant sign of economic rebound. It seems that Taiwan’s industry chains have produced a cluster effect, drawing waves of investors, a phenomenon less perceived these years, the report went on.

Lenovo, China’s personal computer giant, will for the first join the annual electronic feast. And the BYD, the traditional nemesis of Foxconn, will also demonstrate its batteries, handsets and notebooks with 4 to 6 booths this year with an aim to occupy a business-critical position in Taiwan’s supply chain of mobile phones, the news reported.

The primary organizer estimated that with the recovery of world technology market, the exhibition will see more than US$20 billion in the overall procurement value.

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