Along those lines, there's this recent success of Our Leaders':
[Nintendo] also is shrewdly maximizing its profit by sending four times as many [Wii] units to Europe, reaping the benefits of the strong euro, said Michael Pachter, an analyst with Wedbush Morgan Securities.Link.
Pachter estimated that Nintendo shipped just 500,000 copies of the game in North America but as many as 2 million units to Europe.
"The shortage demonstrates one consequence of the weak dollar. We're seeing companies ignore their largest market simply because they can make a greater profit elsewhere," Pachter said.