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The Chinese company is the preferred bidder to provide the infrastructure to let people use their mobile phones while travelling on London Underground, according to reports
In hope for completion for the 2012 London Olympics, Chinese telecoms manufacturer Huawei is bidding for the contract to supply mobile voice and data to the London Underground transport network.
It is a useful convention in international affairs that anywhere in the world, a country's embassy is its sovereign territory. This covers a multitude of sins and helpful tax breaks, but gets particularly interesting when you consider wireless regulation.
Look out, world: Here come the Chinese online shoppers.In case you haven't heard, consumers in China can now buy the latest products from Paris, London, New York and Hong Kong, without stepping out of their homes.
And cut to London, where I'm drinking coffee and listening to Radio 4 in the garden on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Beijing seems much further away than ten hours in the back of a charmingly vintage 747 watching a Michael Caine movie dubbed into German with Chinese subtitles.
From the London based The Independent: CHINA Published state secrets Shi Tao was sentenced to 10 years in prison after "illegally providing state secrets to foreign entities". His crime was to have e-mailed details of the Chinese government's plans to handle news coverage of the 15th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre in 2004.
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