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by Sophie Beach | Jan 4, 2006
From AFX, via Forbes.com: The number of telephone subscribers in China is expected to top 820 mln this year, up from 746 mln at the end of 2005, the China Daily reported, citing figures from the Ministry of Information Industry. Fixed-line subscribers are expected to increase by 30 mln this year, while mobile phone subscribers […]
by Sophie Beach | Dec 1, 2005
From UPI: China’s Ministry of Information Industry said Sunday that the telephone penetration rate in the countryside had reached 96 percent, state-run media reported. The announcement was made at a rural telephone conference involving vice premier Huang Ju. He congratulated the ministry for its work bringing phone access to 49,000 administrative villages.
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