Google Softens Tone on China: Two Years After Censorship Clash, Renews Push to Expand in World's Biggest Internet Market

Posted in: Censorship at 14/01/2012 20:43

Google Inc., which pulled its Web-search engine out of mainland China two years ago after a confrontation with Chinese authorities over censorship, has renewed its push to expand there, in an acknowledgment that it can't afford to miss out on the world's biggest Internet market.

The search giant is hiring more engineers, salespeople and product managers in China and working to introduce new services for Chinese consumers, according to Daniel Alegre, Google's top executive in Asia.
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