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9-18-2009 @ 9:23AM
It’s certainly not an outlandish concept (no pun intended given the logo above). There’s a very small barrier between private industries and the government in China, with government officials have at least some personal stake in any number of private businesses’ futures. So, the pains we’re seeing on getting WoW back to china could be due to political reasons as well as the possibility that key officials may have stake in rival Chinese developers or internet providers
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