By Yu Jiang Li-Hua Richard
In keeping with first-hand info received from chinese language and international organizations and associations within the chinese language ICT undefined, this e-book provides a accomplished research of the evolution of chinese language ICT business zone. It specially analyses the strengths, weaknesses, and threats dealing with either the chinese language firm and western multinationals.
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The Chinese ICT industry is composed of manufacturers and service sectors. The industry has gone through a long and arduous process to establish its primary competitiveness globally. During China’s autarky policy period of 1949–1978, there was no foreign direct investment (FDI) in China’s ICT sectors owing to the closed-door policy. China was not able to absorb advanced information and communications technology from Western countries, and the level of domestic technological capability was very low, being mainly limited to basic electronics equipment maintenance.
Role of the ICT industry in the national economy Globalization has enabled and speeded up the industry’s evolution. The Chinese economy has made impressive achievements in building a national information and communications infrastructure and widespread adoption of IT, particularly wireless phones and related telecommunications products. The new technology regime has been extremely successful in the development of electronics manufacturing capabilities, where relationships between domestic firms and overseas investors – particularly from Taiwan and Hong Kong – have contributed to rapid development of the domestic capacity for low-cost manufacture of computers, consumer electronics and communications equipment.
5% of its total administrative villages, each with at least two workable telephone lines (MII, 2008). In doing so, the six national carriers have committed RMB 540 million to extending networks to rural areas by the end of 2006 (MII, 2007). The central government is currently launching an even more ambitious goal of further promoting telephone penetration as well as internet diffusion in its vast rural areas (Committee, 2005). The objective of this drive can be briefly summarized as extending “telephony to every village and broadband to every township” by the end of the eleventh Five Year Plan.