Though the last we heard, Google was nearing a compromise that would allow them to stop censoring their Google.cn search results, the Financial Times is reporting that they are almost certainly going to close their Chinese search engine. Since their initial ultimatum in January, Google and China have traded vague statements about reaching a compromise, but, unsurprisingly, talks haven't produced a mutually agreeable solution. [Financial Times]
Google Reportedly 99.9% Sure To Shut Down Its Chinese Search
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