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International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) has been living up to the 'international' in its name. More than 60% of its $98.8 billion in revenues came from outside the US in 2007, helping to catapult its annual profits to a 10-year high. In the latest step to expand its global reach, the New York-based firm announced the creation of a new division in March called Growth Markets, which will focus on the needs and demands of 50 emerging countries - markets in which IBM believes it will

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