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(From South China Morning Post)
Byline: Bien Perez
The mainland is fast becoming a virtual Middle Kingdom and could soon dominate the global online games market, as broadband internet penetration continues to grow and vast computer gaming communities thrive.
A study released last week forecasts that China will be the largest online gaming market by 2007.
Despite all this potential, the mainland still lacks the relevant legal and regulatory infrastructure to fully protect the rights of industry investors and the welfare of online gamers nationwide.
To reach that stage, mainland authorities - just like players in an interactive game …