China Heads the DSL League Table With 17m Lines
From The Register: Global DSL tops 100m
"More than 35m new DSL lines were wired up around the world during 2004 as demand for broadband continued to soar. By the end of 2004 there were 97m DSL lines around the world - an increase of 60 per cent on the year, according to research from PointTopic.
China heads the DSL league table with 17m lines - up 4.4m on the year. The US has 13.7m DSL lines. Demand for DSL continues to be strong in Europe with France, UK, Germany and Italy all adding more than 1m lines each over the year."