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Friday, 10 October 2008 10:50

U.S. IT companies concerned about 2009

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Sales are already down


People at Fry's, Best Buy and other retail shop have told our sources that tsales in the U.S. are already down. You can already feel the depression in IT sales and many companies are rethinking their budgets for the year to come.


Taiwanese manufacturers who make up the majority of suppliers to U.S. and EMEA market are already making the adjustment for the 2009 and this includes some massive budget and projection cuts for 2009.

Many U.S.-based companies have told Fudzilla that they are deeply concerned for 2009 and that whatever happens to the market today it is not the end of it. They are preparing for a rough year for IT sales, but it looks that almost every segment of the industry will be hit with the crisis.

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