Google says 'business as usual' in China

16:00, January 19, 2010      

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Google has announced it is "business as usual" in China one week after the internet giant announced that it was considering shutting down its Chinese search engine, AFP reported.

"We gave our employees a holiday the day of the announcement so that we could run tests and scans internally to ensure that the network is safe and secure," Google said in an emailed reply to AFP inquiries.

"Google China employees are now back at work and it's business as usual."
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