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Short Take: Apple looks to Chinese market

Apple Computer International signed a distribution agreement with East China Computer subsidiary Hua Dong Electronic Technology Service, according to a Reuters report. The agreement is part of Apple's plan to improve its share of the earstern Chinese market. Apple products are sold by more than 200 resellers in China, including 70 Apple shops, according to the company.

Apple Computer International signed a distribution agreement with East China Computer subsidiary Hua Dong Electronic Technology Service, according to a Reuters report. The agreement is part of Apple's plan to improve its share of the earstern Chinese market. Apple products are sold by more than 200 resellers in China, including 70 Apple shops, according to the company.