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Dell Inc. says the Chinese economy is growing at its slackest pace in more than three years. China is a key market for the computer maker. (THOMAS PETER/REUTERS)
Dell Inc. says the Chinese economy is growing at its slackest pace in more than three years. China is a key market for the computer maker. (THOMAS PETER/REUTERS)

Dell CEO warns of slowdown in China Add to ...

Dell Inc. is experiencing a business slowdown in China, its largest market outside of the United States, chief executive officer Michael Dell told a business forum on Tuesday.

The world’s second-largest economy, from which the PC maker derives some $5-billion (U.S.) in annual revenue, is growing at its slackest pace in more than three years, according to official data released last week.

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“There are some challenges in China,” said the CEO, who will be convening a board meeting there in September. “Emerging markets are a big deal for us.”

Asked if he saw a business slowdown in China, he said: “That would be an accurate statement.”

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