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Ken Rankin   12/20/2012 3:00:21 PM

T.Alex: Thank you for your message. Some examples of high-tech products that will be in growing demand in emerging markets include tablets, laptops, cell phones and other consumer electronics. Additionally, electronic components, semiconductors and other high-tech assembly parts will see growth in demand. At UPS, we work with a variety of high tech customers ensuring they have the tools & solutions needed to get their products to market ... whether that's just around the corner, across the global or into new emerging markets.


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t.alex   12/18/2012 9:36:14 AM

Thanks for the article highlighting emerging markets with growing demand for high tech goods. It has to be in every company strategy to reach out as much as possible to these markets. One question what specifically are these high tech products ?

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