Large Companies 'Slow to Use Weibo to Respond to Bad News'
(Beijing) – Central government-controlled companies are slow to use social media to respond to negative news, a report by an online public opinion monitoring organization says.
The report by the Peoples' Daily Online Public Opinion Monitoring Center said ministries, commissions and local governments were more likely to use weibo, China's version of Twitter, to interact with the public.
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