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Computer executives flock to Mideast trade show

DUBAI -- Executives from the world's largest computer firms, keen to peddle their wares to a cash-rich and relatively untapped market in the Middle East, have flocked to Dubai to attend Saturday's opening of the region's largest technology exhibition. Experts say demand for computers and related technology in the Middle East is by far outpacing the world average as access to the Internet spreads and electronic commerce begins to take shape.
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DUBAI -- Executives from the world's largest computer firms, keen to peddle their wares to a cash-rich and relatively untapped market in the Middle East, have flocked to Dubai to attend Saturday's opening of the region's largest technology exhibition. Experts say demand for computers and related technology in the Middle East is by far outpacing the world average as access to the Internet spreads and electronic commerce begins to take shape. Full story to follow. -- Sami Aboudi, Reuters

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