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China To End Ban On Game Consoles?
The South China Morning Post says that the Chinese government may lift the ban on video game consoles. That means that the Chinese may finally be able to play the game consoles they make for Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. China is expected to soon end a 13-year ban on the sale of gaming consoles with only one key condition: foreign firms like Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft must make their products in Shanghai's new free trade zone. The milestone move is part of a detailed policy blueprint for a "Shanghai free trade zone", endorsed by Premier Li Keqiang.
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