China's information revolution

China's information revolution

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Since 1997 China has devoted considerable resources to ICT development. It now has the world's largest telecommunications market, and its IT industry has been an engine of economic growth;growing two to three times faster than GDP. E-government has achieved significant results and the private sector uses ICT. The 10 year mark is thus a good time to update the policy to reflect the changing needs of China's evolving economy so that it can meet the challenges of industrialisation, urbanisation, upgraded consumption and social mobility. This publication is the resultof an 18 month study by a World Bank team that draws on background papers by Chinese researches, local case studies and experience form other countries.... Christine Zhen-Wei Qiang. /reports/china_ocr.pdf#search= %22UNESCO. ... CNNIC (China Internet Network Information Center). 2005. ... aquot;Expanding Global Economics: The Benefits of Reducing Software Piracy. ... aquot;Competition Heats Up for Dell in Chinaa#39;s PC Market.

Title:China's information revolution
Author: Christine Zhen-Wei Qiang
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2007

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