Copper Telecom and Data Cable Market Still StrongFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - 9 June 2010
A new report says the copper telecom and data cable market was worth US$71 billion in 2008.
A new statistical report estimates the world's copper telecommunications and data cable market was worth US$71 billion in 2008.
Growth was strongest in Asia’s emerging economies, notably China and India. However, Japan continues to be sluggish. Often overlooked, many African countries are recording impressive growth. While a small market, Angola’s demand grew faster than China’s.
The report covers all types of copper telecommunications and data wire and cable, excluding coaxial. Data is consolidated. The report contains forecasts to 2013.
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