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Digital China Received Asset Magazine¡¯s¡°China¡¯s Most Promising Companies 2011¡± Award

(07 February 2012, Hong Kong) Digital China Holdings Limited (¡°Digital China¡± or the ¡°Group¡±; Stock Code: 00861.HK), a leading integrated IT services provider in China¡±, was ranked by The Asset magazine as one of ¡°China¡¯s Most Promising Companies 2011 in recognition of its excellent operation and management, outstanding results and good corporate governance practice.

Mr. Lin Yang, CEO of Digital China, said, ¡°It is a great honor for us to be named by The Asset magazine as one of China¡¯s Most Promising Companies in 2011. Despite the volatile international market roiled by European Sovereign Debt Crisis, international investors remain fully confident in the outlook for Digital China¡¯s IT expansion in China and our ¡®customer-focused and service-oriented¡¯ development strategy.¡±

The Asset magazine invited investment experts and financial analysts to select ¡°China¡¯s Most Promising Companies 2011¡± according to a series of rigorous selection criteria such as revenue and profitability, management quality, corporate governance standards, business attitudes towards minority shareholders and the effectiveness of investor relations. This award is recognized as a key indication in the market. Digital China was highly appraised by the financial market and was ranked the first in the technology sector due to its leading position in the market, high standards of corporate governance, clear operating strategies and outstanding IT products and services

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