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  • World Internet Conference concludes in East China2017-12-05

    The fourth World Internet Conference concluded Tuesday in the East China town of Wuzhen after three days of discussions and exhibitions of cutting-edge internet products.

  • Internet should keep pace2015-12-17

    Internet collaboration between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan has not kept pace with the swift development of ties in trade, business and culture-and this must change, the forum declared.

  • Baidu taps rich O2O seam for growth2015-12-17

    Online search firm Baidu Inc is widening its horizons beyond the search business to real-timeservices, a top official said.

  • Web firms should reach out to world2015-12-17

    Technological development needs to focus on global market, says ITU chief China, the country with the largest online population, must persist with efforts to develop technologies for the global Internet and communications market, a top United Nations officials said.

  • Executives share views on China's Web future: Jia Yueting2015-12-17

    Editor's note: The Second World Internet Conference, also known as the Wuzhen Summit, is taking place in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province. China Daily reporters interviewed Jia Yueting, Chairman and CEO of LeTV Holdings Co Ltd, to learn their views.

  • Executives share views on China's Web future: Chang Xiaobing2015-12-17

    The Second World Internet Conference, also known as the Wuzhen Summit, is taking place in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province. China Daily reporters interviewed CHANG XIAOBING, Chairman of China Telecommunications Corp, to learn his views.

  • Online providers' help sought 2015-12-17

    Online product and service providers are encouraged to join efforts to fight terrorism and assume more responsibility for cybersecurity, experts on security and anti-terrorism said on Wednesday.

  • China Voice: Why does cyber-sovereignty matter? 2015-12-16

    Over two decades after the world's most populous country gained access to the Internet, China has been fundamentally and irreversibly changed, but not in the way some Western critics expected.

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