US Chipmaker Intel to Begin Sales in Burma
By On Friday, December 7, 2012 @ 5:57 am
US chipmaker Intel Corp. announced on Thursday that it is setting up a distribution channel for its products in Burma, The Wall Street Journal reports. Intel has entered into a distribution agreement with external agents US IT-services company Ingram and Myanmar sales agent KMD, which will handle the sales of the company’s microprocessors and hard drives. Intel is among a group of US companies, such as Coca Cola, PepsiCo and General Electric, that have decided to do business in Burma following the lifting of international sanctions earlier this year.
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