Google says closing gap with China rival

[Reuters] Web search leader Google said on Thursday it is closing the gap with rival Baidu in China, after years of trying to increase market share in the world’s second-largest Internet arena.

Baidu led China’s market in the second quarter with a 58.1 percent share, but rising only about 1 percentage point from the previous quarter’s 57 percent, while Google gained a 22.8 percent market share, up around 4 percentage points from the previous quarter, according to Analysys International.

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