Forty-one percent of Intel’s record second-quarter revenues of US$6.8 billion, or US$2.8 billion, were generated from the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan), according to Intel president and CEO Craig Barrett.

In the beginning of 2002, only 20% of Intel’s revenues came from Asia. By the end of that year, the region contributed 38%.
The regional growth was due mainly to growth of the China market, which will be Intel’s most important market in the future, according to Intel.

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