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MS sees double-digit Asian growth

IT spending in Asia is likely to grow at an average of 9%, but MS believed it could beat the broader market.

india Updated: Feb 25, 2006 14:18 IST
Press Trust of India
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Microsoft Corp, the world's biggest software firm, is aiming to boost its revenue in Asia by a double-digit percentage rate over each of the next three years, a top regional executive said.

Information technology spending in Asia was forecast to grow an average 9 per cent over each of the next three years, but Microsoft believed it could beat the broader market, said Oliver Roll, the company's general manager of marketing in Asia Pacific.

"We think our revenue growth will be higher than the IT spending growth. That means our revenue growth will be double digit or more," Roll told said in an interview late on Thursday.

First Published: Feb 24, 2006 11:35 IST