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What's really going on with Skype and China.

MIIT statement may have more to do with internal politics than banning Skype or any other VoIP service.

 By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Jan 4, 2011
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"The western media has recently been aflutter with news that Skype in China may be banned, after China's ministry in charge of technology infrastructure, MIIT, stated that it would go after "illegal" VoIP services in China," writes Business Insider's Paul Denlinger.

"While many jumped to the conclusion that this would mean an effective ban on Skype in China, like so many other things, it's more likely that there are other reasons behind the announcement, Denlinger writes.

Follow the link below to read the full article:
Here's The Real Reason For Skype's China Headaches

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