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Beijing approves VPN services by foreign investors

The Beijing municipal government has received approval from the State Council to grant foreign investors limited access to virtual private networks (VPNs). Foreign telecom companies will be allowed to set up joint ventures with Chinese firms to offer VPN services exclusively to foreign companies. These offers will be limited to companies operating in Beijing. In addition, joint ventures handling basic telecom services must be majority Chinese-owned, reports business magazine Caixin.

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