Telecoms in China: Disconnected - The Economist

Telecoms in China: Disconnected

Telecoms in China: Disconnected - The Economist
Telecoms in China: Disconnected
Published Aug 28, 2004
1057 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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Life is getting harder for China's phone companies WHEN it came to telecoms, a decade ago the Chinese barely whispered. China's fixed network was shabby. Mobile phones, internet and e-mail were non-existent. Today, in every city, the...

  
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