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According to the Chinese Ministry of Information, world # 1 and #2 wireless handset makers are not doing that well in China. From January to September 2003, Chinese makers produced 129 million handsets. Ningbo held the top spot at 15%. Motorola slips to #2 at 14%, […]

According to the Chinese Ministry of Information, world # 1 and #2 wireless handset makers are not doing that well in China. From January to September 2003, Chinese makers produced 129 million handsets. Ningbo held the top spot at 15%. Motorola slips to #2 at 14%, followed closely by TCL at 12%. Rounding out the top four, Nokia held a 10% share. Wanna bet that next year one of these two chinese handset makers will be selling phones in US for $50 a pop – and they will include camera, some bluetooth and good knows what.

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