Game Consoles to be Allowed in New Free Zone as Part of Detailed Policy
China will be ending its 13 year ban on the sales and production of game consoles with one condition that company such as Sony and Nintendo to produce their products in the new free trade zone in Shanghai.
The move that will allow foreign companies to produce game consoles in the new free zone is part of the detailed policy blueprint that was endorsed by Premier Li Keqiang. Li plans to make the Chinese economy to be more open to the rest of the world and to make the currency more widely used. Documents on the policy package said that when foreign companies will agree to register in the new free trade zone in Shanghai they will be then allowed to sell and promote their products in the market but needs to seek approval for specific products from the culture related authorities.
These companies still needs approval from related government bodies which is reasonable, since the government is just making sure that the content of the games is not too violent for young people.