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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Amazom.com looking for new markets
    February 20, 2004

    By Sapa-AFP

    Beijing - Internet retail leader Amazon.com has set its sights on China, sending a delegation to the world's most populous country in search of business opportunities, state media reported on Friday.

    Senior Amazon.com executives have been on a three-day trip to China, holding talks with Joyo.com, a business-to-consumer e-commerce website, the Beijing Today newspaper said.


    The paper quoted unnamed domestic media analysts as saying Amazon.com may make strategic investments in Chinese e-commerce.

    Amazon.com said in late January it earned 73.15 million dollars in the fourth quarter for its first back-to-back quarterly profit and first full-year profit.
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    http://www.busrep.co.za/index.php?fArticleId=354542

    Previously, "chinese eBay" - eachnet.com was bought by eBay.com for US$180 million. Now I'm quite curious about the result whether Amazon.com will buy Joyo.com or not. Quite interesting news!

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    Good news for all the internet users as ecommerce giants pressure China's government to close down the spam server farms to get the benefits.

    Mike & Charlie ...

    "Payment is one option that isn't negotiable. Merchants require it for purchases ...SO DO WE."

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