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March 10, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
Microsoft Corp. and Hong Kong Telecommunications Ltd. formed an alliance to deliver movies and interactive video games to personal computers in the former British colony. The venture will also allow customers to rent software downloaded from the Internet as well as provide videoconferencing and training on demand, services of more interest to businesses than to households.
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March 10, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
Microsoft Corp. and Hong Kong Telecommunications Ltd. formed an alliance to deliver movies and interactive video games to personal computers in the former British colony. The venture will also allow customers to rent software downloaded from the Internet as well as provide videoconferencing and training on demand, services of more interest to businesses than to households.
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March 31, 1997 | Bloomberg News
AT&T Corp. and nine other telecommunications companies agreed to build a $1.4-billion undersea fiber-optic cable that will be the first to connect China and the U.S. The firms signed a memorandum of understanding in Beijing. Also participating in the venture are Sprint Corp., MCI Communications Corp., SBC Communications Inc., Hong Kong Telecommunications Ltd., Korea Telecom, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd., Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp., Kokusai Denshin Denwa and China Telecom.
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December 12, 1997 | From Bloomberg News
AT&T Corp. and 13 other U.S. and Asian phone companies, among them Singapore Telecommunications Ltd., will begin building the first undersea fiber-optic cable for transmitting phone calls connecting China and the U.S. early next year. The companies signed an agreement Thursday to build the $1.1-billion, 18,600-mile cable, which will connect the U.S. to China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Guam.
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June 10, 1997 | EVELYN IRITANI
Want to place a bet on the Hong Kong stock market? Then choose carefully, take a deep breath and hold on for what promises to be a wild--but potentially profitable--ride, according to analysts on both sides of the Pacific. With just three weeks remaining before the crown jewel of Britain's faded colonial empire returns to China, speculation abounds as to whether this Asian financial capital will survive under its new Communist masters.
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