Jun 07, 2011
Mao Qian, chairman of the China Communications Standards Association's (CCSA) transport and access network technology working committee, recently disclosed that a number of residential complex management companies are charging China's major telecom operators high fees to install FTTx in their buildings, averaging RMB 25 per building unit and ranging as high as RMB 50.
A media spokesperson for China Mobile's (NYSE: CHL; 0941.HK) parent company, China Mobile Communications Corporation, recently denied reports that the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China had launched a large-scale investigation of China's major telecom operators.
Dickson Seow, communications director for PayPal Asia Pacific, announced on the official PayPal blog yesterday that following a routine annual business review, PayPal will no longer be a payment option on Chinese B2B e-commerce site Alibaba.com's (1688.HK) AliExpress international wholesale e-commerce platform after August 3.
Hewlett-Packard China recently submitted a report notifying China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) of its decision to recall all HP Pavilion, Compaq Presario, HP Compaq and other HP series notebooks manufactured between July 2007 and May 2008.
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