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Archive for July, 2010


Google China Adds ICP License At Bottom of Search Page, But No One Knows What It Means

In a widely misinterpreted move, Google added an ICP license registration notice at the bottom of the search page in China. Many early followers of the Google China saga interpreted this to mean that Google’s application for a new ICP license had been approved by the Beijing authorities, but later Google confirmed that they had [...]

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GE’s Jeff Immelt Surprised That Chinese Interests Are Different

In a recent statement, GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt expressed surprise and dismay that the Chinese government and business interests are pursuing moves that will seemingly make the Chinese market less friendly and accessible to western companies. Then, he went one step further, accusing the Chinese of the attempted “colonization” of other countries. Shortly after making [...]

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China Internet Plays Winding Up to Hit NASDAQ

Chinese e-commerce companies have done especially well in the past year, and many are putting their finishing touches on to get ready to hit the NASDAQ and other markets. Will bring you more information and in-depth coverage on these companies soon. The greatest weakness of these companies is not their operations and marketing in China, [...]

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Google China’s Issues and the Party’s Anniversary

Google’s deadline for getting approval for its ICP license in China has passed, and aside from Google Suggest being blocked, there don’t seem to be major changes. Aside from the cat-and-mouse being played out, the one thing which has irked my curiosity is that there doesn’t seem to be anyone on either side (Google or [...]

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