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BAIDU, China's biggest search engine operator, said profit in the second quarter of this year surged nearly 70 percent due to increasing spending for paid search links.

Chief Executive Officer Robin Li told a conference call after the earnings release yesterday that the company will consider making an acquisition to extend more services to users, following last year's US$306 million investment
THE user base of mobile Internet has surpassed that of personal computer users for the first time in China, the world's No. 1 dot-com market by Internet population, a national-level Internet research organization said yesterday.
CHINA has asked government agencies and companies to improve their ability to ward off computer hackers and data thieves, as the increasing use of the Internet has created more information security risks.

In a series of guidelines put forward by the State Council, China's Cabinet, on Tuesday, government agencies have been advised to reduce the number of channels through which hackers might be
MALL, the business-to-consumer shopping site under China's largest e-commerce firm, the Alibaba Group, yesterday said it will offer 1 billion yuan (US$159 million) in discounts to consumers as well as subsidy for external vendors in the second half to boost sales.

Tmall's move was seen as a response to a similar sales campaign by rival

Tmall said yesterday it would offer cash vo
ONLINE shopping, mobile phone surfing fees and prepaid expenses topped the list of complaints in the first half of this year, the city's consumer protection commission said yesterday.

The commission and its subsidiaries citywide received 7,745 complains related to online shopping, 15 percent of the total between January and June.

False advertising, slow delivery, poor after-sale service and
Chinese Internet company has started internal beta testing of its cloud store, which provides click-to-use personal cloud services.

The first product available in this cloud store is WordPress, and its price is CNY1 per month.
t's a summer of competition everywhere. While a soccer championships in Europe arouses spectators' enthusiasm, Chinese e-commerce websites are waging a battle of their own for consumers' eyeballs as they fight a price war.

Almost all of the top 10 e-commerce players are offering large discounts and rebates to users, part of their effort to attract customers and gain an upper hand in the market
CHINA will develop online commerce quickly because it is one of the vital avenues for the country to fuel domestic consumption, said a senior official in Shanghai.

"The ministry will accelerate the research and development to improve the technology, application and training of professionals, while strengthening supervision in the industry to guarantee its healthy growth," Qiu Hong, assistant m




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