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Chipping in to win India

23-August-2004
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Chipping in to win India

Having ventured in India three years ago, AMD has already managed to carve 11% marketshare in the PC segment, and 18% in the non-PC domain, posting an impressive 25-30% growth rate. Dwelling on the strategies of the microprocessor major, Country Manager Sanjeev Keskar reveals the company is planning to pump in $ 5 million in next three years.

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