SPOTLIGHT: Blackberry replicas becoming problematic in China


RIM is facing the same headache all handset vendors experience: cheap Blackberry replicas from unlicensed dealers. Blackberrys have become one of the hottest items in China, but replicas have been a real problem. John Ure, director of a telecommunications project at the University of Hong Kong said, "In China, there is always undercutting in the market. It is virtually impossible to police." Article

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