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See also David Dean and Paul Zwillenberg, Turning Local: From Moscow to Madrid, the Internet is Going Native, Boston Consulting Group, September 2011. 2. Dan Schiller, “Poles of Market Growth? Open Questions about China, Information and the World Economy,” Global Media and Communication 1, no. 1 (April 1, 2005): 79–103; James W. G. Wallsten, “Has the Internet Increased Trade? Evidence from Industrial and Developing Countries,” Policy Research Working Paper, World Bank, February 2004. Statistical Report on Internet Development in China, China Internet Network Information Center, July 2013, 3.
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Following the establishment of the People’s Republic (PRC) in 1949, China’s intelligence community was largely focused on combating perceived security threats from a variety of anticommunist groups and had little scope to engage in overseas collection on its own account. Excepting the then close relationship with the Soviet Union, China’s external environment was largely hostile and the perceived threat from Chinese Communist subversion in Asia was a particular cause of international concern. Apart from formal diplomatic relations conducted through its Foreign Ministry, such external engagement as China had was in the form of liaison with fraternal communist parties, conducted via the CCP’s International Liaison Department and the cultivation of links with Overseas Chinese diaspora communities and foreign sympathizers, a task undertaken by the CCP’s United Front Work Department.