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Bill Gates to visit China
Updated: 2004-06-14 21:03

Microsoft China announced Monday that Bill Gates, chairman of software giant Microsoft Corporation, is slated to visit China from June 30 to July 1 on a regular business trip.

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates pauses during his remarks at the conference on Computer-Human Interaction 2001 in Seattle in this April 3, 2001, file photo. [AP]

Tim Chen, vice president of Microsoft Corporation and CEO for the company's Greater China region, said that during his "regular business trip", Gates is expected to meet with Chinese government officials, business leaders, experts and senior managers, and attend a meeting sponsored by Microsoft on its new technology.

During these meetings, Gates will explore ways to facilitate China's software industry and show how Microsoft helps its clients and local sectors create values, noted Chen.

Gates' upcoming trip will help enhance the Microsoft's close cooperation with the Chinese government departments, business partners and academic circles and enable Microsoft to increase its understanding of local clients and sectors so as to provide them with better services.

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