20 Jan '14, 9am

relaunched and looks like it was purchased last August for $11.7 Million

China Radio International, a state-owned media conglomerate and new owner of one of the world’s most-coveted internet domain names, China.com, has relaunched the site in an effort to boost the nation’s media presence abroad. The relaunch of the website, reported on Monday, marked a new turn in the troubled existence of the government-sponsored domain name under a Hong Kong-listed company. China Radio International plans to use the highly coveted address to create the nation’s flagship multilingual online platform. China.com will help the nation to “create a favourable global public opinion environment”, said Tong Liqiang, executive vice-president of the Beijing government’s internet information office, at an event marking the re-launch in Beijing on Saturday. As of Monday, it features content in eleven languages. The platform, which has yet to move beyond its current state...

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