INTERVIEW-Dassault Asia business up 30 pct--CEO


TOKYO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - French software company Dassault Systemes said on Tuesday its Asian business would expand 30 percent in 2002, despite a global technology slowdown. "The Asian story for us is a very good one. Asia is 30 percent growth this year," Chief Executive Bernard Charles told Reuters on the sidelines of the Paris Europlace Financial Forum. "It will represent almost 25 percent of our revenues on the full-year basis. For 2003, I expect to see a little bit smaller but still ...

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