Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Hardliners grab chances after Google's departure - Shaun Rein

shaunreinShaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr
At Bloomberg Shaun Rein describes the rising tension in China's bureaucracy after Google decided last night to redirect its China searches to Hong Kong. While he praises the government's "measured response" (or merely the lack of any response to Google's actions), now he sees how the hardliners are grabbing their chances, as China's state-owned media have started to attack Google fiercely.
Also comments on the Rio Tinto trial, as an effort from the Chinese government to stem corruption, also corruption by foreign companies.

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Shaun Rein is a speaker at the China Speakers Bureau. When you need him at your conference, do get in touch.



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