Will Google Pull Out of China?

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Due to “cyber-attacks” on Google’s products in China, the search enginegiant is considering pulling its business from the burgeoning consumermarket. The move, rare for a multi-national company, is rooted inGoogle’s suspicions of the Chinese government’s involvement in therecent attacks. In addition to possibly pulling out of Chinaaltogether, Google says it will no longer filter its search results forChinese users as it has done in the past.


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