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[December 06, 2013] Smartphone Players Vie for China Pie; e-Com Retailers Take Moonshot at Drone Delivery

NEW YORK --(Business Wire)-- ( has announced its comprehensive analysis and coverage on key global events. This edition of the newsletter provides key insights into the innovative usage of technology among e-commerce companies for their delivery services as well as the huge growth opportunities offered by the Chinese market for smartphone manufacturers across the globe.

Smartphone Makers Strategize on China Foray

In the last decade, major smartphone manufacturers have evinced interest in establishing presence in China. This is mainly attributed to the huge growth opportunities that the Chinese market offers. For, it has the largest population of mobile phone users. Moreover, China has taken rapid strides in setting up infrastructure in terms of upgrading its telecom networks and technology. Given this scenario, smartphone companies are looking to gain a larger slice of this high-growth market over the next few years. To find out more about our analysis of the Chinese foray of smartphone players, click the link below to read latest edition of Hot off the Wire section from

Pharma Giants Enhance OTC Portfolio through Acquisitions

A recent trend being witnessed in the pharmaceutical sector is the inorganic growth opportunities pursued by major pharmaceutical companies. Global pharma giants are taking the M&A route to enhance their presence in the emerging economies, develop capabilities in high-growth categories, and improve their product portfolio in new promising drugs that could prove to be cash cows in the future. To find out more about our analysis of the recent acquisitions by drug makers, click the link below to read today's edition of Hot off the Wire section from

Drone delivery plan mere hot air?

An e-commerce giant's announcement on Sunday that it plans to deliver packages to people's doorsteps within 30 minutes of placing orders by using unmanned miniature drones received divergent responses, with a minority cheering the innovative spirit and a majority of experts and analysts deriding the idea by dubbing it a mere publicity stunt. Click the link below to find out WSA's take on the commercial use of drone by e-commerce industry:

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