China’s MIIT Releases Long-Awaited Draft Amended Telecoms Catalogue for Public Comment

The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (“MIIT”) issued a draft new Catalogue of Telecommunications Services 2013); the “Draft Catalogue”) for public comment on May 23, 2013.

While the proposed changes are more evolutionary than revolutionary, the Draft Catalogue will have important implications for businesses operating in the China Internet and telecoms markets, particularly those involving e-commerce, content delivery and cloud computing.

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Topics:  China, Internet, MIIT Provisions, Telecommunications

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