China's fast expanding market for both entertainment and electronics will be Sony's main source of growth in years to come despite political tensions between China and Japan, the company's chief executive Howard Stringer has said. Speaking at a news conference on Sony's China strategy, Stringer pointed out the room for growth in the country given that Sony products currently reach only 10% to 20% of the population. During anti-Japanese protests earlier in the year, the company's China Web page was attacked by hackers and there were also calls for a boycott of Japanese products. However, Sony said its sales were unaffected.
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