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Official: Xiaoma annual sales of more than 135 percent during 2014
CEO “Xiaoma” Xiaomi, me, John, said through the official account on Chinese website miniature notation on Sunday that sales before taxes the company over the past year amounted to 74.3 billion yuan (11.97 billion US dollars), an annual increase of 135 percent.
Observers believe that these figures highlight the rapid growth of the Chinese company owned by the private sector, which flourished to become in a few years, the third largest manufacturer of smartphones in the world, and has become a contender to be reckoned with major companies, such as my company Apple and Samsung, as well as local competitors, such as Huawei.
He said, “John Lee” through their account on the site, “Sina Weibo” Sina Weibo – a Chinese version of the mini-blogging site Twitter – The Xiaoma sold more than 61 million smart phone during 2014, the highest 227 percent compared to 2013.
The “me” that the growth in China’s smartphone market has diminished in 2015 and that the company may be looking to focus on new products and payment in more global markets.
He says, “me”, who serves as president and CEO of the company, he owns 77.8 percent of Xiaoma which was founded in 2010.
Last week, the market value of the company Xiaoma amounted to $ 45 billion after the end of the latest company to increase its capital rounds, and was Xiaoma have been carried out last week’s fifth round of funding rounds. Where he collected about $ 1.1 billion, according to what was said, “I” in a post across the site, “Sina Weibo.”
It comes with “IDC” Foundation IDC said in its latest report that Xiaoma joined the top 5 companies for the manufacture of smartphones in the world list, where the third place occupies for the first time, thanks to its focus on the Chinese market and nearby markets that achieve an annual growth of more than 100 percent.
The Xiaoma share of the smartphone market in the world has reached in the third quarter of last year and 5.3 percent ranked it third after Samsung with a share of 23.8 percent and Apple share of 12 percent, according to “IDC”.Viewing:-204
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