Wang said because Acerís notebooks are already number one in Europe, the company expects its growth there to slow down this year.
But Acerís overall sales in Europe could still grow 30% to US$6.5 billion in 2006 from US$5 billion in 2005.
Even if Acer grew only 20% in Europe because of strong competition, its revenues would still grow to US$6 billion in 2006, Wang said. But Acer could make that up from the US and China markets, he added.
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