Zhongguancun stakes its claim as a leader in China's innovation landscape

After 10 years' development, Zhongguancun has become the most attractive area for high-tech startups and venture capitalists alike, accounting for one third of total investment in China, according to the "Zhongguancun Venture Capital Investment Report 2011" released on March 14 by the Zhongguancun H...

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