Apple sales up 47-percent in Croatia

Apple Computer Croatia official Nina Bulovec, during a presentation of the latest Apple Mac computers and software packages, reported a 47-percent increase in sales, “higher than Apple’s worldwide sales averages,” according to Croatia Today. The positive momentum has continued into 2006, with first quarter sales up 40-percent year-over-year, with 19-percent more Macs and six times more iPods being sold versus the same quarter last year.

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25 Comments

  1. 1) Croatia’s economy is growing massively as everyone is expecting it to join the EU shortly.

    2) This increase is being mirrored all over Europe. Apple is leaping back to relevance over here.

    3) All markets are worth writing about. Every Mac sold means more Mac software titles.

    This is good news, but this is only the start of something much bigger. Expect even bigger growth when next year’s figures are released.

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