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Bernard Lebelle

Indeed, an ill-suited graph for comparison purposes. A different approach could be to have for each market a documented baseline with pointers for Samsung and it's major competitor.

I totally agree with your questions on the basis of this graph. I find it particularly misleading not to neutralize the currency effect as it presents a distorted view on your internal performance - on which we are expected to have a strong influence for such thing as product design, strategic choices, internal processes - versus the financial bonus of a currency rate - on which we are seldom in a position to have an influence.

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I look forward to reading more on the topic in the future. Keep up the good work! This blog is going to be great resource. Love reading it...


Your topic is indeed an eye opener for everyone.

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