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Google denies it's leaving China

Posted on Sunday, January 17 2010 @ 21:09:36 CET by


Google denies it decided to pull out of China, and said it would hold talks with the Chinese government over the next few weeks.
The Google announcement captured the attention of China's 384 million netizens, the world's largest Internet market by users, with blogs and local media quoting unnamed insiders as saying Google has already decided to close its offices in China.

Google has denied that, saying the company is still in the process of scanning its internal networks since the cyber-attack in mid-December. Google also said it would hold talks with the Chinese government over the next few weeks.

China has tried to play down Google's threat to leave, saying there were many ways to resolve the issue, but insisting all foreign companies, Google included, must abide by Chinese laws.



 



 

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