Posted by Jeremy Goldkorn on Tuesday, July 22, 2008 at 1:05 PM
China restructured several government ministries in March this year, including Internet and telcom regulator MII which merged with other government organs including the National Defence Science and Technology Commission and was renamed MIIT.
MIIT is supposed to direct the upgrading of technologies among the nation’s industries,
Marbridge Daily has published a translation of an MIIT document about its own internal restructuring:
See Marbridge Daily for a list of the 24 departments and bureaus of the new MIIT.
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