China's Internet market will always be open: official

19:54, November 08, 2010      

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Vice director of the Information Office of China's State Council Qian Xiaoqian said here Monday that China's Internet market will always be open.

He made the remarks when addressing the opening ceremony of the fourth U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum.

The Chinese government will continue to improve its policies, regulations and laws and follow related WTO rules, to provide a "stable, transparent and predictable" investment environment for foreign enterprises, Qian said.

He said China sincerely welcomes American enterprises to participate in China's reform and opening up, and to share in the opportunities coming from the Internet industry's development in China.

The forum, co-hosted by Microsoft Corporation and Internet Society of China, will focus on Sino-U.S. exchanges and cooperation in such areas as cloud computing, cyber crimes and online intellectual property rights protection.

Over 180 officials, business people and scholars from China and the United States are expected to attend the forum.

The forum was launched in 2007 and had been previously held in Seattle, Shanghai and San Francisco.

Source: Xinhua


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