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At a Glance
    2018-February-5  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

6.5m to travel overseas

A TOTAL of 6.5 million Chinese will travel overseas during the upcoming weeklong Spring Festival holiday, up 5.69 percent from a year ago, according to a report released by China Tourism Academy and Ctrip.

People from more than 200 Chinese cities have booked outbound tours to over 700 cities in 68 countries and regions on Ctrip, said the report released Friday. The tourists are expected to spend 9,500 yuan (US$1,510) each on their trips.

55 suspects returned

A TOTAL of 55 suspects in telecom and online fraud cases have been returned to China from Indonesia, the Ministry of Public Security said Saturday.

The suspects have been linked to more than 60 criminal cases, covering more than 20 Chinese provinces and involving 30 million yuan (US$4.7 million).

Chinese police sent a team to Indonesia in June 2017 to work with local police. In August 2017, 143 such suspects were brought back to China from Indonesia.

Apple’s data center

CONSTRUCTION on a Chinese data center for Apple Inc., the U.S. tech giant, is scheduled to begin later this year and the center is expected to open in 2020, sources close to the project has said.

The timetable was provided by the communications administration of Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, where the center will be built.

With an investment of US$1 billion, the data center, which will cover 1,000 mu (67 hectares) in Guian New Area, will offer iCloud services on the Chinese mainland.

Starting Feb. 28, iCloud services on the Chinese mainland will be operated by a local partner, Guizhou-Cloud Big Data Industry Co. Ltd.

 

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