China Intelligence Wire Delivers over 12,000 Full-Text ArticlesOnline

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China Intelligence Wire Delivers over 12,000 Full-Text ArticlesOnline


Financial Times Electronic Publishing has announced that China Intelligence Wire now contains over 12,000 indexed, full-text articles in Chinese, with translated summaries in English. Covering a wide range of key business sources within China and overseas, this is the first time that anyone has been able to deliver critical Chinese business intelligence in a timely and actionable format, the company claims.

"The establishment of the China Intelligence Wire is a very exciting step for Financial Times Electronic Publishing and the online industry in general," said Donal Smith, managing director of Financial Times Electronic Publishing. "Unhindered by language restrictions or lack of knowledge, corporate executives will now be able to maximize the potential of the dynamic Greater China markets."

Continuing to grow by 4,000 articles per month, China Intelligence Wire includes industrial and product forecasts on China, changes in governmental regulations, market surveys, and business news drawn from over 350 newspapers in China and overseas. Financial Times Electronic Publishing also has exclusive rights to distribute data outside China from the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce (ACFIC), a leading mainland chamber of commerce with over 1 million members.

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