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BCG调查研究最新资讯—国别分析现已发布

由ICANN授权、波士顿咨询公司发表的题为《促进互联网经济顺利发展》的报告根据四种不同的"电子摩擦"指数对65个国家进行了排序。这一按照国别确定的完整分析现已发布在网站上供公众下载查看。

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