China’s Baidu Launches Sites for Egypt, Thailand – pcworld.com, September, 2011
…Baidu modeled the websites after two of its own popular Chinese products. The site for Thailand is a version of Baidu’s hao123.com, which works as a Web directory.
…Last December a U.S. Embassy cable released from WikiLeaks, claimed Li Changchun believed Baidu rival Google was illegal after he discovered the international version of the search engine provided uncensored search results…
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