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HTC starts outsourcing production - report

Monday 5 May 2014 | 15:58 CET | News
HTC  began to outsource production of some of its smartphones for the first time this quarter, as it looked to slash costs and pursue customers in developing markets. The Taiwanese smartphone maker has outsourced at least three of the new models in its mid-price Desire series to Taiwan-based contract manufacturer Compal Electronics and China's Wingtech Group, people familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal. Both assemblers began to mass produce smartphones for HTC this spring, the people said. Traditionally, HTC has produced all of its phones at its own factories. Outsourcing is

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Companies: Compal Electronics / HTC
Countries: World
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