Motorola has landed a $50 million contract to expand the cellular phone system in the Shandong region of China.
It will upgrade the province?s existing cell site equipment and base stations, while increasing network capacity from 300,000 subscribers to 430,000 by the end of this year.
China is also expected to give the go ahead to the setting up of a second fixed line telephone network, and it could be open to foreign investors.
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