Google Exec Sheds Light on China Decision

Airtime: Mon. Mar. 22 2010 | 9:20 PM ET

Google stopped its China search service as the government’s limits on free speech have reached a point where it can’t censor anymore, says Jessica Powell, its director of communications, Japan & Asia Pacific. She sheds more light on its decision, with Richard Martin, MD at IMA Asia, CNBC’s Martin Soong, Cheng Lei & Karen Tso.

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