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Device Firms Should Get Used To Lower Growth Rates, Analyst Says

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Growth rates for device use declined precipitously last quarter, and the industry should be prepared for a slow recovery, say Morgan Stanley device sector analysts. What's more, pre-2009 growth rates may be out of reach in the foreseeable future

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