China’s rich fuel mobile revolution – Charlotte Windle

From the BBC:

 41090890 Shopper203Bbc2University student, Ma Dingming, has just purchased his second mobile phone this year.

The phone, made by Taiwanese company Dopod, cost him $848. The phone he bought earlier in the year cost him $867…

China’s increasingly wealthy middle classes and tech savvy youngsters are the main reasons why , including Nokia and , have invested billions of dollars in establishing manufacturing and distribution networks across the Chinese mainland.

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