Caught Between State and Company Demands
This chapter details China's uncertainty with regards to allowing outsiders to manage the communication networks within the country. It looks at the changes that occurred in the foreign investment in China's telecommunications services, which was previously prohibited. This is followed by a discussion on the country's commitments to the World Trade Organization telecommunication services and the efforts of China Telecom to gain capital.
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