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Q&A: Julio Gaitan, Kyocera Wireless

Julio Gaitan, senior director of international sales for Kyocera, talks to Latin Business Chronicle.


U.S.-based Kyocera Wireless, a subsidiary of Japan-based conglomerate Kyocera Corporation, does not release Latin America revenue figures. But the company generated strong sales last year, especially in Venezuela and Mexico, according to Julio Gaitan, senior director of international sales for Kyocera Wireless. He recently talked to Latin Business Chronicle about the results and outlook for the wireless phone vendor.

Latin Business Chronicle: Were you happy with the 2007 results in Latin America?   

Gaitan: 2007 was a very positive year for Kyocera Wireless. And even though we were selling only to CDMA markets, we were able to generate strong sales.  In fact, as a region Latin America represented...

Keywords: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, CDMA, GSM, Mexico, Sanyo, Venezuela, WiMAX

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