European PC sales will grow in 1997 despite weakness in the German market, according to Compaq.
The manufacturer?s general manager for the EMEA region, Andreas Barth, said high German unemployment and European spending cuts will not stop the rise in computer sales. The company predicted that IT spending in Europe will rise by 15 per cent in 1997, up from $61 billion in 1996.
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