Thursday, January 19, 2006

Microsoft to invest $100m in China


From Digital Media:

"Software giant Microsoft plans to invest more than $100m in China over the next three to five years, according to a report today from Shanghai Daily. The investment will reportedly go towards strengthening the company's research and development in China, as its competitors - namely Yahoo and Google - continue to expand in the country."

"The company's R&D focus in China, according to the paper, will be on mobile communications, internet and digital entertainment. The company also plans to boost its current China R&D staff of 800 to almost 4,000 by 2008."

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