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October 16, 2008

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Subbiah Arunachalam

Jim Fallows deserves to be congratulated for writing about such outstanding developments taking place in a remote rural area. It is not just the Chinese government and the official establishment which are trying hard to transform China into a developed country; the two businessmen about whom Jim Fallows talks about and other citizens like them in China do play such important roles. No wonder, China is generally perceived to have a bright future.
Taking information and communication technologies to rural hinterlands, if done the right way, can make a great difference in any country.

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