In China, the search giant is a ubiquitous presence.
Google is also a key driver of the internet, a pillar of the Communist Party’s infrastructure and a central part of the economy.
It has been in business for more than 80 years.
And Google has a big footprint in China.
The company has offices in Shanghai, Shanghai Disneyland, Hangzhou and elsewhere in China, with its products in about 80% of the country’s markets.
Its Internet.org project has helped China build the world’s largest network of fiber-optic cables that connect the country to the rest of the world.
Google was also one of the original sponsors of the 2011 Asian Games, which are now under way in South Korea, China and the United States.
Google’s China project also plays a key role in Google’s efforts to expand its business in China to help the country develop a competitive edge.
Google says it has been working with China since 2014 to develop a service that allows Chinese people to use Google Maps and other Google products for their personal and business purposes.
Google has also been working on an international mobile phone service that would connect China’s vast population of people with Google services.
The service, called Google China, was supposed to be ready for launch in 2018.
But the service has been delayed in China and it’s still not ready.
China’s internet penetration has been rising rapidly in recent years, but the government is trying to limit the growth of its own internet.
And it has struggled to control the internet.
The government has been cracking down on the use of the web to spread propaganda and political opinions, to disrupt political protests and to stifle dissent.
Google argues its efforts in China have helped build a “digital China,” where people can use the internet for everything from searching to shopping to making purchases.
And the company has also taken steps to help China’s Internet.net, a free online portal for Chinese users that has been built and operated by Google and other Chinese companies.
Google and China’s government also have a longstanding partnership in developing the internet’s infrastructure.
In 2010, Google paid $7.3 billion for Google.cn, a Chinese search engine that had about 1.3 million daily searches and about 5 million monthly active users, according to the company.
Google said the deal was designed to create a global search engine with an “enormous potential to generate substantial economic and social benefits” for China.
China is the world largest Internet market and the world leader in mobile phone penetration, but it has not developed an open Internet.
Google maintains that it’s doing more than just helping the Chinese government control the online space.
In its statement, Google said it is working with the government to improve its internet infrastructure.
It said Google China is helping build “a global infrastructure for the development of a global Internet.”
And it said Google is working to help Chinese companies develop new and innovative services for China’s growing population.
Google China also said it’s working with other companies to build a network of China-based companies to provide the services needed to serve the growing Chinese population, including cloud computing, telecommunications, Internet.and TV broadcasting, artificial intelligence and digital content, among other things.
Google, which has had a presence in China since 1996, has said it hopes to eventually expand to more than 50 countries, including China, Japan, South Korea and the U.S. Google hopes that Google China will help China build a new Internet that serves the needs of a rapidly expanding population and helps the government better control the country.
Google in China has been a major player in the search industry for more years than any other Chinese company, with revenues in excess of $100 billion.
The firm has more than 60,000 employees worldwide and has offices here in Shanghai.
Google also operates several other businesses in China including Google Search, YouTube and its cloud-computing business, as well as its digital media company, Alphabet Inc. Google had $8.4 billion in revenue in China last year, up 9% from $819 million a year earlier, according the company’s latest annual report.
In 2014, Google had revenue of $3.3 trillion.
Google doesn’t break out revenue by country, but a large portion of its revenue comes from China, where Google has about 40 million employees.
The US government has said that Google is violating Chinese laws by operating as a foreign company in China despite its legal status in the US.
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit in the fall of 2014 alleging that Google violated Chinese laws that ban foreign companies from using Google in Chinese.
The court ordered Google to stop using its Chinese trademarks and shut down its Chinese operations.
In April, the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia ruled that Google’s business in Chinese-controlled territories violates US laws that protect foreign firms from competition.
Google faces multiple legal challenges in China over Google Search’s use of its Chinese name and image.
In October, the Chinese authorities said Google must stop using the Chinese