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|Thursday, February 22, 2001, updated at 21:15(GMT+8)|
US Software Firm Keen on China's E-Business MarketThe United States' leading software supplier Broad Vision Inc. announced Thursday that it will further promote cooperation with Chinese enterprises in the field of e-business and information technology.
The announcement was made at a seminar hosted by the company. Presidents of more than 300 domestic enterprises attended the seminar.
Seeing that Asia's future e-business market must be in China, Broad Vision said it will focus its China business operation in the sectors of high technology, telecommunications, financial services and governmental affairs, while increasing cooperation with local dealers.
With an annual sales revenue of US$50 million in Asia, Broad Vision has set up a training and technology center in Shanghai and developed a dozen of Chinese business clients, including China's National Bureau of Statistics.
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