The United States is pressing China to explain why its "national firewall" extensively block U.S. companies from providing Internet services in the country. "Having a presence on the Internet that is visible in China is increasingly a critical element for service suppliers aiming to reach Chinese consumers and business," Ambassador to the World Trade Organization Michael Punke said in a letter on Monday to his Chinese counterpart.
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Updates: UPDATED Oct 20, 2011 10:31 AM PST
China says Internet censorship meets global norms Boston Globe, Oct.20.2011
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