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PC Pirates Killed Computer Market in Brazil

It didn’t take too long. Brazil has surpassed China as the champion of pirated computers. While the Chinese were able to bring down from 85% to 73% percent the number of illegal machines in their market, in Brazil the so-called cloned computers should represent 74% of all machines sold in the country by the end of the year.

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