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Shares chart of 1987 world computer market - 75% Amiga
Posted on 19-Sep-2023 2:18:40
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Hi i am from Pakistan and amiga fan from my teenage,
Here i show you a very rare pic of real shares chart of 1987 world computer market. I keep this picture from many years in my hdd.



Hope you peoples like it. :)

Your comments will be appreciated...!

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Re: Shares chart of 1987 world computer market - 75% Amiga
Posted on 19-Sep-2023 11:18:06
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My previous chart is maybe for the EU market but Here i also share the US market Chart.





This is the US market Chat it still show Commodore own 31% US market shares which are almost double or triple to his competitors and I think my previous post Chart which is showing almost 75% shares own by Commodore was possibly for the EU market Because Commodore is very famous in EU countries, and at that time the US wanted to enter the EU computer market to make space for the IBM PC. So they ditched the EU market by bankrupting the Commodore company. And how Commodore goes bankrupt is a long story. Anyway, if you still try to find a Commodore or Amiga computer for sale on eBay.com, you will get more results on ebay.co.uk, ebay.de, or any other EU country other than the USA. Most sellers are from EU countries. And your chart is also showing that 31% of Commodore is better than all other companies in the US market, and Commodore 31% US market shares are proving that Commodore must had 75% shares in EU market. which is increasing day by day if Commodore does not go bankrupt. Because Commodore is much famous in EU countires due to it features compact design, Originated there, softwares and many other reasons. Also they marketing easly in EU than USA because in US they face problems to grow Commodore but they still has 31% shares even with hurdles and IBM was only 12% in the US market, and they can't survive if Commodore lives. Because Commodore will also take over the business computer market as well as the home computer market. and becomes leader in all world computer market. So US must want to destroy the Commodore giant if they wanted to takeover the US and EU as well all world computer markets. That's why first they plan to attack on Commodore software development resources.

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