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Authorities phase out Windows PCs

The Chinese government plans to get rid of foreign computer brands. Administrations on all levels are to replace PCs of non-Chinese brands with Chinese equivalents within two years. This regulation also applies to state-owned enterprises, Bloomberg reports. China’s government agencies will have to discard some 50 million computers.

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