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LEVERAGING CHINA AND INDIA FOR GLOBAL ADVANTAGE

In five to ten years from now, when we think of AMD, we will think of it as an Indian company, a Chinese company, and a North American company. The three regions will cover all the crucial areas, namely: Where the products come from, where the technologies are developed and where the most advanced markets exist.1

Dirk Meyer, president and chief operating officer, AMD

The Qinghai-Tibet Railway, which started operations in July 2006, is the first time in history that the Tibet Autonomous Region has been connected by rail links with other parts of China. It is also the world's highest-plateau railroad running on the “roof of the world,” with about 960 kilometers of the track located 4,000 meters ...

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