CSST's Slowing 2010 Growth

Author: John Honovich, Published on Oct 26, 2010

After multiple years of rapid growth, leading China surveillance provider CSST's growth rate has shrank significantly. When we profiled CSST in 2009, their growth rate had been 50% per year for the previous few years. Now, quarterly 2010 results show growth dropping under 15%. Google Finance charts show CSST's growth deceleration. On the other hand, profitability has increased significantly.

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