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In China, opened the First World Conference on Internet Governance
Over a thousand guests from nearly a hundred countries and regions gathered in the Chinese town of Wuzhen (Zhejiang Province, Eastern China) for the First World Conference on Internet Governance, which opens here today. This was reported by the Xinhua news agency with reference to the organizing committee of this conference.
As reported, half the participants of the conference are foreign guests. The event is attended by politicians and government representatives from more than ten countries, civil servants from more than a dozen ministries and state committees of China, as well as officials from international organizations and leading scientists in the field of the Internet.
Among the representatives of the business community are high-ranking officials of cross-border companies "Google", "Facebook", "Apple", as well as the heads of the Chinese giants "Alibaba", "Baidu", "Tengcent", "Huawei", "ZTE" and others.
During the three-day conference, the parties will exchange views on "new media", e-commerce, etc.
Wuzhen was selected as the venue for the conference due to its advanced internet infrastructure and centuries-old history. According to the representative of the Zhejiang provincial government, holding the forum here will help transform Wuzhen into an "Internet village" similar to the Swiss Davos.