Domestic shipments and exports of personal computers by the nation’s 23 major PC manufacturers totaled 2 million units in the April-June period this year, unchanged from the same period last year, an industry group reported August 6.

According to a report by the Japan Electronic Industry Development Association, the shipments remained at the same level as last year because of sluggish domestic sales following April’s consumption tax increase. Total shipments and exports including peripherals were worth 710.3 billion yen, up 17 percent from the previous year.

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