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Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China
Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (simplified Chinese: 工业和信息化部; traditional Chinese: 工業和信息化部), established in March 2008, is the state agency of the People's Republic of China responsible for regulation and development of the postal service, Internet, wireless, broadcasting, communications, production of electronic and information goods, software industry and the promotion of the national knowledge economy.
[1]The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is not responsible for the regulation of content for the media industry. This is administered by the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television.
[2] The responsibility for regulating the non electronic communications industry in China falls on the General Administration of Press and Publication.
[3] Website: http://www.miit.gov.cn/
China Telecom
China Telecom Corp. Ltd. (simplified Chinese: 中国电信集团公司, 中国电信) (SEHK: 728, NYSE: CHA) is a Chinese state-owned telecommunication company. It is largest fixed line service and 3rd largest mobile telecommunication provider in the People's Republic of China.
On June 2, 2008, the company announced it would acquire China Unicom's CDMA business and network for a total of 110 billion yuan in cash (USD $15.86 Billion in cash), a series of transactions aimed transform the company into a fully integrated telecommunications operator after its expected completion in the next six months to one year.
Such shifts mark a new era for the Telecommunications industry in China in which analyst have further commented that these changes are aimed at promoting a more fair and competitive industry environment.
China Telecom (Europe) Ltd. on 2008-10-23 said it would expand its Asian-European services, aiming to increase its market share in Europe.
Website: http://www.ct10000.com/
China Unicom
China Unicom, full name China United Telecommunications Corporation, (Chinese: 中国联通), (SEHK: 0762 SSE: 600050 NYSE: CHU), is a telecommunication operator in the People's Republic of China. 52.6% of the company is effectively held by the state-owned China Unicom (BVI) Limited and China United Telecommunications Corporation Limited, while the remainder is traded on the Shenzhen, Hong Kong and New York stock exchanges.
China Unicom was founded as a state-owned corporation, established on July 19, 1994, by the then Ministry of Electronic Industry (now Ministry of Information Industry) and approved by the State Council.
Started as a wireless paging and GSM mobile operator, it currently provides a wide range of services including nationwide GSM and CDMA mobile networks, long-distance, local calling, data communication, Internet services and IP telephony in mainland China, and has operated a CDMA network in Macau since 18 October 2006. As of the end of April 2008, the company had 125 million GSM subscribers and 43 million CDMA subscribers.
Compared to other mobile providers China Unicom is ranked as the second-largest CDMA provider in the world and the third-biggest mobile provider.
Website: http://www.10010.com/
China Mobile
China Mobile, full name China Mobile Communications Corporation (Chinese: 中国移动通信SEHK: 0941, NYSE: CHL), also known as China Mobile or CMCC, is the largest mobile phone operator in China. It is the world's largest mobile phone operator ranked by number of subscribers, with over 380 million customers [1] (as of end of February, 2008). By turnover it is second to Vodafone, which owns 3.3% of China Mobile. China Mobile is also fifth in global brand equity according to BrandZ rankings.
A state-owned enterprise of the People's Republic of China government, it was spun off from former monopoly China Telecom in 1997, and now has a 67.5% share of the competitive mainland Chinese mobile market. China Mobile also owns Paktel in Pakistan, and in May 2008 the company also took over China Tietong, the third largest broadband ISP in China.[2]
China Mobile is the largest company registered in Hong Kong and it is headquartered on Queen's Road. It is also the largest market capital company listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, surpassing HSBC.
China Mobile's operations are segmented by province. The parent company owns 100 percent interest in provincial subsidiaries including China Mobile Group Guangdong Company Limited and China Mobile Group Zhejiang. As of December 31, 2006, the Group had an aggregate staff of 111,998 and an aggregate mobile telecommunications subscriber base of over 301.2 million, and enjoyed a market share of approximately 67.5 percent in Mainland China. The Group's GSM global roaming services covered 219 countries and regions and its GPRS roaming services covered 138 countries and regions.
China Mobile's majority shareholder is China Mobile (HK) Group Limited, which, as of December 31, 2006, indirectly held an equity interest of approximately 74.57 percent of the Company through a wholly-owned subsidiary, China Mobile Hong Kong (BVI) Limited. The remaining equity interest of approximately 25.43 per cent. of the Company was held by public investors. Speculations however, that the China Mobile (HK) Group Limited being subservient to other interests within China abound.
Website: http://10086.cn/
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