FASTTAKES: MIIT, Google, China Mobile, China Telecom, Qualcomm, Huawei

Staff writer
08 Mar 2010
00:00

MIIT deputy chief Miao Wei says the ministry has had no contact with Google over its plans to exit the market or regarding the heavy cyber-attacks the company said it had sustained, sina.com reported.

Chinese premier Wen Jiabao said in his annual report Friday that China would “accelerate” its research into machine-to-machine technologies and would also push for progress in “three network” integration.

The Taiwanese government has givenChina Mobile the OK to open a local office. CM got the nod to open a wholesale electronic goods outlet on the island in December.

Former Fujitsu president, Kuniaki Nozoeis is seeking to be reinstated, after his controversial resignation in September, said Business Week.

China Telecom has established the “CDMA2000 Handset Design and R&D Industry Alliance,” which will based in Beijing and headed by the firm’s deputy GM Yang Xiaowei. More than 100 companies have applied to join the alliance, including Qualcomm, Microsoft, Huawei, ZTE, Yulong and Datang Telecom.

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