Hong Kong-based research company Global Sources said Tuesday that the Mainland's computer-related sales will grow 40% from 2004 to reach more than US$139bn this year, amid single digit growth forecasted for almost all other world markets, the Red Herring reported. China's computer industry will accelerate due to the transition to 64-bit computer architecture and the integration of Wi-Fi connectivity in notebooks. Global Sources said a 50% increase in notebook PC production this year and the growing software sector will also drive the market's growth.
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