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ComputerWire: IT Industry Intelligence

Dell Computer Corp and Hewlett Packard Ltd are expected to spend a combined $22bn on Taiwanese computer parts and components this year, the country's Ministry of Economic Affairs has said. The figures illustrate the influence the two PC giants have in the country's IT sector.

All other foreign buyers combined are expected to account for $19bn giving a total spend of $41bn. HP is set to spend $15m in Taiwan, with Dell spending $7bn.

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