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6/28/2004
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Chinese Developer Sets Up

Kingdee International Software is bringing its application-development and market expertise to the United States. The company, which made its name in China as an enterprise-resource-planning and customer-relationship-management applications vendor, last month formed Kingdee Software Technology, with the objective of signing U.S. customers that want to outsource app development to China or consult on doing business in China. It plans to open an office in Silicon Valley and another in New York or Boston by year's end.

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