Microsoft cashing in on China’s new OS policy

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Microsoft cashing in on China's new OS policy

With the spokesman for China’National Copyright Administration stating earlier this week that all computers produced and sold in China must include an operating system, China-based PC makers have been lining up to make deals with Microsoft.

Founder Technology on April 13 signed a genuine Windows cooperative engagement agreement with Microsoft, with Founder agreeing to purchase licenses of Simplified Chinese versions of Windows worth $250 million over the next three years, according to a Microsoft press release.

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