Can Apple Break Through China's Great Wall of Counterfeits?
Jul 31, 2008, 18:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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""The generally accepted yardstick when you go into China for
any software or consumer device is that for every one copy -- one
legal copy -- there will be three more pirated ones," Laura DiDio,
analyst and research fellow for the Yankee Group, told
MacNewsWorld. "These are very, very sophisticated [piracy] rings.
... They consider piracy an art form. This is a huge, looming
problem for Apple.""