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Google is reportedly looking for a partner to deliver cloud services to China.
The report comes as Google is said to be preparing a version of its search engine for China — and that complies with government censorship rules.
Microsoft and Amazon have already tapped local partners in China to deliver cloud services, because of the country’s strict rules around data needing to stay within its borders.
Google is looking to make a grand re-entry into China, after years away. Media reports earlier this week about Google’s plans developing a special censored search product for China sparked outrage. But that’s not the only effort Google has underway to tap into the world’s largest internet market by users.
Google also wants to bring its cloud business to the Chinese mainland, and the company is recruiting a local ally to help make it happen, according to a Bloomberg report on Friday.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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