• One company, China Netcom, inherited the telephone networks in ten northern and western provinces.

    ECONOMIST: The world's fastest telecoms restructuring

  • Nevertheless, Netcom's 20% stake does not give it a licence to control a publicly listed Hong Kong company.

    ECONOMIST: Telecoms

  • When that happens, there will be new operators such as China Telecom and China Netcom that will need content.

    FORBES: Chinese Wireless On Sale

  • With three board directors, it is hard to believe that Netcom had no inkling of what was being planned.

    ECONOMIST: Telecoms

  • The botnet had two command and control domain names 091809.ru and sexiland.ru both hosted on the same IP address (210.51.166.238, China Netcom).

    FORBES: Blurring the Boundaries Between Cybercrime And Politically Motivated Attacks

  • In 2000 Equant approached the state-owned China Netcom and agreed to teach it how to build a national data network for China.

    FORBES: Companies, People, Ideas

  • China Netcom Group (36, CN) didn't suffer that fate and in fact was in public hands only for the third of those years.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • To adjust the imbalance, Beijing has scheduled China Unicom to take over fixed-line operator China Netcom (See " Beijing Smiles On China Unicom").

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • China Unicom will gain in scale as well by merging with China Netcom, long a bit player in the expanding Chinese mobile industry.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Relations between Mr Li and Netcom have deteriorated since Edward Tian, Netcom's chief executive and the architect of the collaboration, left earlier this year.

    ECONOMIST: Telecoms

  • In fixed-line, China Telecom was given 21 prosperous southern provinces, while Netcom got ten poorer northern ones—plus Beijing and a broadband network, as compensation.

    ECONOMIST: Life is getting harder for China's phone companies

  • Netcom believed that Mr Li's attempt to sell the firm's assets violated a pact that gave Netcom a say in any sale of the company.

    ECONOMIST: Telecoms

  • Though Macquarie and Newbridge were prepared to bring Netcom and Hong Kong investors into their consortia and dilute themselves into a minority position, it was not enough.

    ECONOMIST: Telecoms

  • While most of the fees for transmission within China will go to China Netcom, Delepine hopes to draw sales fromfirms trying to get data in and out of China.

    FORBES: Companies, People, Ideas

  • From its inception in 1999 until its ultimate sale to China Netcom in 2003, Milroy was instrumental in the creation of the company and its expansion across the Asian continent.

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  • Now, China Telecom and Netcom are openly promoting it.

    ECONOMIST: Life is getting harder for China's phone companies

  • CGI, a start-up investment firm that is based in Beijing and is controlled jointly by the mainland's telecoms industry and Citic Guoan, a media group, was said to be preparing a joint bid with Netcom.

    ECONOMIST: Telecoms

  • Take telecoms: China's early decision to deregulate the sector and break up the state monopoly into four competing firms—two fixed-line (China Telecom and China Netcom) and two mobile (China Mobile and China Unicom)—was widely admired.

    ECONOMIST: The scare stories—and the chaotic reality

  • At the same time, the two foreign-led private-equity groups are busy sweet-talking Netcom, apparently offering the firm up to 50% of whatever assets they end up with more or less for nothing, thus diluting their own interests to minority status.

    ECONOMIST: Telecoms

  • "The speakerphone category is a big focus for us and, as the market continues to grow year in and year out, more retailers and consumers become aware of it and realize the benefits of using a device, " said Jonas Forsberg, General Manager North America, Mobile Division, GN Netcom, Inc.

    ENGADGET: Jabra debuts Cruiser2 in-car speakerphone, Chill / Speak410 VoIP calling accessories

  • Having failed to do so he reversed course in 2008 and came up with a clever scheme in which he, along with China Netcom, PCCW's second-largest shareholder, would take the company private, buying out the other shareholders for slightly less than he would receive from the company in a special dividend issued after the deal's completion.

    ECONOMIST: Business.view: The PCCW buy-out in court | The

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