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China's Wenzhou to speed up bad debt disposal: officialHANGZHOU, Jan. 22 (Xinhua) -- Authorities have sped up the disposal of bad loans in the eastern Chinese city of Wenzhou in the past year, vowing enhanced efforts to defuse financial risks this year, said the city's communist party chief on Wednesday.
Police in China disclose contract for mobile phone snoopingBy Gerry Shih BEIJING (Reuters) - China's push for government transparency appears to have gone awry in one eastern city after police disclosed on their website a 149,000-yuan ($23,983-) contract to develop software for hacking mobile phones. Public security officials in the city of Wenzhou quickly removed the notice on Wednesday after its discovery by Internet users had created a sensation on ...
Shanghai and Its Environs: The Wenzhou ModelThe dynamism of China’s economy owes much to small-scale entrepreneurship. Wenzhou is widely lauded as the home of private entrepreneurship in China. The underground economy of Wenzhou has been funded, almost entirely, from back alley banking.
WorldViews: China police inadvertently admit to buying malware to spy on citizensOne police department spent $24,000 on malware to spy on citizens' phones.
Wenzhou spends 149k yuan on phone hacking software: reportA Chinese city will spend 149,000 yuan on Trojan horse computer software for monitoring mobile phones, state media reported Thursday, after a notice ...
Chinese city police reportedly buy mobile virus to monitor phonesA screenshot purportedly showing that Chinese police were purchasing viruses for the iPhone and Android in order to monitor calls is stirring controversy in China.
Wenzhou cops spyware hitA city in Zhejiang will spend 149,000 yuan (HK$185,939) on Trojan horse computer software for monitoring mobile phones, after a notice announcing the move inexplicably appeared on a local website.
Chinese city spends $24,000 on phone hacking software: ReportA notice announcing the move was published last month on the website of the Wenzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone.
In China, a church-state showdown of biblical proportionsChristianity is booming in China, propelling it toward becoming the world's largest Christian nation. But as religion grows, it spurs a government crackdown.
Site Last Updated 6:43 am, FridayBEIJING: A Chinese city will spend US$24,000 on Trojan horse computer software for monitoring mobile phones, state media reported yesterday, after a notice announcing the move inexplicably appeared on a local website.