The Chinese Cyberspace Administration published a report on the developments in the internet field in China at the 4th Digital China Summit held in Fuzhou, the center of Fujian province in the south of the country.
In the report, which points out that all primary and secondary schools in China have internet access, it is stated that 2016 percent of these schools have access to the internet in 79,4.
The report also noted that 98,35 percent of primary and secondary schools are equipped with multimedia classrooms. On the other hand, the report pointed out that online education and e-commerce help the country fight poverty, while the volume of retail sales in rural areas increased from 2014 billion yuan (180 million dollars) in 27,7 to 2020 trillion 10 billion yuan by 1, with an almost 800-fold increase. were.
By the end of 2020, the number of internet users in China reached 989 million, while the rate of internet usage reached 70,4 percent. According to the report, in the 2016th Five-Year Plan period covering the years 2020-13, a total of 718 thousand 5G base stations were installed across the country.
Source: China International Radio