As the US Secretary of State stepped away from the podium last week after her speech on the global Internet, and as the approbation for Google’s ostensibly principled decision to depart the Chinese market tapered off, the advertising industry in China began to grapple with the sobering implications of Google’s possible abandonment of the Chinese-language search scene.
A few days spent asking some questions among marketers in the nation’s capital suggested that Google’s departure is causing...
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