China’s largest computer maker targets rural marketMarch 6th, 2009 - 12:27 pm ICT by IANS
Beijing, March 6 (Xinhua) Lenovo, China’s largest personal computer maker, aims to sell five million computers in rural areas within three years, China Daily reported Friday.
The company plans to establish 700 sales and service outlets in towns, and to cover 320,000 villages across the country through 7,800 sales networks in the next three years.
It will introduce 15 new models specifically designed for the rural market. The retail prices of these models are set at as low as 3,000 yuan (about $440), according to Xia Li, Lenovo’s vice president.
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