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US firm targets China with Internet auction service -- IT Daily 3/16
MediaRing to put Internet telephony software on Chinese PCs -- IT Daily 3/16
China '98 PC, telecom production surges, says statistics bureau -- SCMP 3/15
Bank of China Develops Card to Resolve Y2K Problem -- AsiaBizTech 3/15
Weekly Press Review -- 3/17

Domestic PCs kick import butt; Compaq, Kodak, and MediaRing follow Microsoft wake with more China Net deals; Legend emerging as key player?....

03/17 Matrix East -- Domestic PC companies such as Legend and Great Wall appear to have gained much ground at the expense of global heavyweights IBM, Compaq and Dell. -- As the dust settled from Bill Gates' whirlwind tour through Greater China, a handful of other western companies announced China Internet deals.

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