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China’s government affairs microblogs increase 7-fold

By Hua Chunyu (China Military Online)

15:57, February 09, 2012

Edited and translated by Ma Xi, People's Daily Online

The total number of China’s government affairs microblogs reached 50,561by the end of 2011, an increase of 776.58 percent compared with the beginning of the year, according to the 2011 Government Affairs Microblog Assessment Report released on Feb. 8 by the E-Government Affairs Research Center under China National School of Administration.

The report said the year of 2011 is the first year of China’s government affairs microblog era. China’s government affairs microblog developed rapidly in this year. It has played an important role in making government information public, guiding news media and setting up a good government image.

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