Channel News Asia reports on Beijing’s allegations that the multinational Coca-Cola Company has been performing illegal mapping in China: US soft drinks giant Coca-Cola is “cooperating fully” with Chinese...
Dec 27, 2012
China’s Beidou satellite navigation system is now open to commercial use across the Asia-Pacific region one year after its civilian debut within China, offering an alternative or addition to the American-run Global...
Jan 13, 2006
From The International Herald Tribune: The European Union’s recent launch of the first of 30 satellites in its multibillion-dollar Galileo global navigation system was hailed across the Continent as a giant step in breaking the U.S monopoly of space-based networks. But China’s participation in the project raises important security issues that need to be addressed […]
Sep 23, 2003
US has GPS (Global Positioning System) technology. EU is developing its own, called Gallieo system. now China joins in the project, and will invest 230 million euros. the whole network will consist 30 satellites, expected total...
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