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Open data apps competition launched
    Shanghai has opened up more than 2,100 public data sets covering major services of 44 municipal government departments, officials said at the launch ceremony for this year’s Shanghai Open Data Apps (SODA) competition.
    Shanghai, one of the five open data pilot cities, has ranked first for three straight years among all local governments across the country in open data sharing.
    The SODA competition is organized by the Shanghai Commission of Economy and Information Technology to arouse enthusiasm among all sections of society for data sharing, promote industrialization of big data application and improve the business environment.
    This year, the competition will offer an extra cloud computing award worth 1 million yuan (US$141,800) and an extra award of 3 million yuan for incubation spaces.
    Last July, Shanghai established a joint lab of big data innovation which has made certain achievements in the area of Smart City construction.

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