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94% of Asian businesses to adopt disruptive techs – NTT Com

Monday 12 December 2016 | 08:57 CET | News
Nearly 94 percent of Asian retailers, manufacturers and wholesalers plan to adopt disruptive technologies to boost competitiveness, according to a report from NTT Communications (NTT Com). The survey found that nearly 80 percent of business and IT decision-makers at large corporations based in China, Hong Kong and Singapore are generally positive about the business outlook in the next 12 months, in spite of the challenges including talent shortages, rising wages, price pressure, increasing costs and competition they face. They believe new technologies hold the key to transforming their growth

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Companies: NTT Communications
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