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Hay tres tipos de visas de estudiantes disponibles, dependiendo de la duración de los estudios en Francia, como se indica en la carta de inscripción: • La visa Schengen: permite múltiples entradas para una estancia de hasta 3 meses. • La visa de estancia temporal (de 3 a 6 meses): permite múltiples entradas y tiene validez durante toda la estancia. El estudiante no necesita una tarjeta de residencia. • Visa de un año (para estancias de más de 6 meses): el visado es válido por 3 meses y permite una entrada. o.

In 2007, the total number of airports in China is 467. International airports like the Beijing Capital International Airport, Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Hong Kong International Airport have the busiest traffics throughout the year. Other major airports in China situated in key cities include Xi’an, Hangzhou, Qingdao, Shenyang, Chongqing, Xiamen, and Kunming.

There are around 3,200 broadcast stations operating in China – almost 3,000 are local metropolitan stations, 200 are run by China Central Television and 31 provincial channels. By 1998, AM radio stations reach almost 400 and FM stations around 300. Digital Television is also popular in China with various government agencies working together to promote it further. Consequently, the 2008 Beijing Olympics will air all video contents using DMB-T/H standard.

The Ministry of Information Industry is the state’s central regulating body in the telecommunications industry. The China Telecom and China Netcom are two exclusive fix-lines operators companies in China. Mobile carriers China Mobile and China Unicom are two major wireless network providers together with China Satcom and China Tietong serving a small margin of the mobile market.

By the end of 2007, there are roughly 220 million Internet users in China with 160 million broadband users, 60 million wireless users and 24 million dial-up connections. The ChinaNet is the largest commercial Internet provider in China with 25 million broadband subscribers as of 2006.

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