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Cinco Días - Spain | 28/08/2012

Samsung's share price dip an overreaction

Following its court defeat in the patent dispute with US computer giant Apple the shares of Southern Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung slumped by almost eight percent on Monday. The left-liberal business daily Cinco Días says the stock markets are overreacting: "The most important market is one where Apple isn't suing: China. At 21 percent, Samsung's share of the Chinese market is triple that of Apple. The US accounts for just four percent of Samsung's international sales of smart phones. ... Although Apple and Samsung compete on the smart phone and tablet market, Samsung is also Apple's main supplier of chips and screens. You could say Apple needs Samsung more than Samsung needs Apple. Roughly 25 percent of the components of each iPhone are manufactured by Samsung, while Apple accounts for just five percent of Samsung's total revenues. ... Investors shouldn't allow a single bad apple to ruin the whole Samsung stock for them."

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