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Brazil Full of PC Pirates
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 10/29/2004 05:05:00 PM.

Brazil should end the year at the top of the list of countries with the highest rate of pirated personal computers in its market, outranking China for the first time, according to a study released on Thursday.

The number of non-brand computers sold in Brazil using black market or illegal components should rise to 74.5 percent this year, up from 70 percent in 2003 and 59 percent in 1999, the study by market research group IDC showed.

China, on the other hand, has been trimming its black market for PCs so that they accounted for 73 percent of computers sold last year, down from 85 percent in 1999. IDC did not give a projection for China in 2004, but did say Brazil would dash ahead of it in the ranking.

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