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Baidu stock overtakes Google's for first time on China spat

Dan Nystedt | March 17, 2010
Baidu ended U.S. stock trading Monday (15 March) at US$576.84, while Google fell to US$563.18

Google has not made any formal announcements on its intentions going forward. A company representative contacted for this story declined to comment.

Baidu is China's largest Internet search engine, accounting for 76 percent of Web searches there last year, according to iResearch, a local consultancy. Google accounted for 18.9 percent of searches in China.

(Owen Fletcher in Beijing contributed to this article.)

 

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