China Tech Market Outlook: 2012 To 2013
The Big Dragon's IT Spending Will Slow Down In 2012
October 9, 2012
Why Read This Report
The European debt crisis has gradually begun to affect China, slowing economic growth in the country in the first half of 2012. To reflect this, we've revised our China tech market forecast and foresee that it will grow by 10% in local currency for 2012, compared with our previous forecast of 13%, made in January 2012. However, the expected stimulus plan should bring higher growth in IT spending by the Chinese government and businesses in 2013. In this report, Forrester evaluates the key factors affecting the IT market in China in 2012 and highlights the opportunities for tech vendors to better capture growth opportunities in the country.
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Table of Contents
- The Chinese IT Market Will Grow More Slowly Than Expected In 2012
- Despite Slower Growth, China Remains A Key Global IT Market
- Manage Short-Term Challenges, But Be Ready For Growth In 2013
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