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Computer tix on tap

China Culture and Arts Corp., the country’s largest ticketing agent, plans to set up a computerized ticketing service in conjunction with the Ministry of Culture.

The project’s first phase, with an investment of 38 million yuan ($4.8 million), will be used to set up at least 60 computerized ticket counters in Beijing and 200 manned ticket counters, which will cover all major theaters, shopping centers and hotels in the capital.

The second phase, beginning at the end of 1997, will cost about 200 million yuan ($25 million) and involve putting in computerized ticketing locations in eight provinces and cities.

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