China-based telecom equipment vendor ZTE, on Thursday, said that it aimed to grow its revenue from the Indian market to $800 million in 2014, on the back of a massive retail expansion .

Stating that it had already generated $400 million in revenue till October this year from India, ZTE said it planned to invest $10 million next year on marketing and branding initiatives as well as opening more stores in the country. The company said it would focus on three key segments, namely 4G, high-end devices, and phones based on newer platforms such as the latest Android, Windows and Firefox operating systems.

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