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E-government faulted in review

By Wang Zhuoqiong | China Daily | Updated: 2010-01-13 07:54

Websites need to offer more information, experts report

China's e-government campaign has been faulted for failing to offer efficient public access and enough useful information, a national review has found.

"Despite the surging number of government websites, the depth of published information and scale of public services are far from enough," said Wang Youkui, assistant director of the China Software Testing Center.

E-government faulted in review

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