China's Xinhua news agency said last month it had decided not to impose a fee on foreign information providers but would supervise their activities, according to a wire service report. The agency said last year that it planned to begin exacting a seven per cent of the gross revenues of all the financial information sold by foreign data and news vendors in China (Dealing & Investment Systems, April 9, 1996). Foreign vendors objected to the plan, and as recently as April said they were continu
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