Michael Dell in India: promises acquisitions; seeks stable manufacturing policy.

Bangalore January 10 2011: On his latest visit to India, Dell CEO, Michael Dell, used an interactive session with members of the Confederation of Indian Industry in Bangalore to spell out his strategies and plans for the region. In passing, he reiterated his well known view that the PC was far from dead, regardless of perceived threats from tablets and smart phones. We bring you links to the key interviews he gave to the Indian media (Dell is the leading PC vendor in India with a market share of 15.5 per cent). 
Mint interview: Dell will be a leading IT solutions provider soon and with an even bigger presence here in India
Economic Times interview: Dell will use its "strong cash flows" to make acquisitions to boost growth,
could acquire small and medium size companies that would give it access to new technologies, he said at a business event in Bangalore.
Business Standard:Michael Dell said India need to formulate a more "concerted" industrial policy around manufacturing other than having a stable tax regime and supportive infrastructure to become a global manufacturing destination.
Businessline:For Dell, it is India & China not India or China
NDTV: Don’t see tablets and smartphones replacing PCs: Michael Dell