Microsoft’s search engine named Bing will give English-language search results for Baidu, the biggest search engine of China, according to the announcement of the company.
More features of the agreement, including its financial terms, were not revealed.
The progress pursues choice of Google in the previous year to pull its search engine from mainland of China, following a high-profile dust-up over censorship of search results. The Google.cn page currently redirects visitors to Google’s Hong Kong search site when they try to enter terms into the search bar.
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