Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) is sick of being kick around in China. Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ), Lenovo, and Acer have been picking on the Austin-based PC firm for years.
According to the AP "Dell Inc. will expand its presence in China by selling desktop and notebook computers at Suning, the country’s second-largest electronics chain, and doubling the number of Gome stores that carry Dell machines." That will put Dell into 12,000 shore on the mainland.
If it can fix its worldwide customer service problems, it may actually get some sales in the world’s most populated country.
Douglas A. McIntyre