As the news of Google's recent decision to route Chinese language searches to Google's Hong Kong site (google.com.hk) because of failed negotiations with the Chinese government with regards to the issue of censorship in China settles in, mobile operators like China Unicom are reacting back with equal force.
V3.co.uk - "We are open to co-operating with any handset makers and companies. But they must obey China's regulations," Unicom president Lu Yimin is reported in The Wall Street Journal as saying in an apparent reference to Google's recent shift in policy on China.
Google refused to comment on the actions of individual companies, but said that it is focused on keeping communication channels open with its partners and seeing how they could work together in the future.
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