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Friday, 18 January 2008 11:18

More Chinese Internet users than the U.S.

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believes that the number of Internet users in its country will rise to 210 million and could overtake the U.S.

The figure reported by the official China Internet Network Information Center was a 53 percent jump from 137 million Chinese Internet users reported at this time in 2006.

China has the world's second largest online population and is 50 million less that of the United States.
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