Sundar Pichai: Google’s Work Boon For Chinese Companies: This news is giving hint and indication that it can be possible for the resumption of a harmonious relationship with China.

The India-born chief executive Sundar Pichai of Google’s on Sunday stated after a lot of research in the tech giant’s work, the new comes out that it can actually help the Chinese companies.

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Sundar Pichai, in Wuzhen, near Shanghai, attended the fourth edition of the Chinese state-run “World Internet Conference”, said that many small and medium-sized businesses in China can take advantage of Google to get their products to many other countries around the globe, the South China Morning Post reported this news.

Sundar Pichai: Google's Work Boon For Chinese Companies: Sundar Pichai

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The Google website is till now reportedly banned in the China – including YouTube – mainly banned in mainland China.

Around 7 years ago the Google shut down its Chinese search engine post a direct confrontation over Beijing’s censorship policies.

The Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins and the Apple chief executive Tim Cook attended the event alongside Sundar Pichai.

In the early three conferences in 2014, 2015 and 2016 were not attended by such bandwagons of the Google but on 2017 the case is different.

Mr. Cook told the event that “the theme of this conference – developing a digital economy for openness and shared benefits – is a vision we at Apple share”.

He said that Apple “is proud to have worked alongside” many of its partners in China will assist and help to build a community that will join a common future in cyberspace.

On this year the Apple agreed to Chinese government request and said that it needs to remove dozens of virtual private network (VPN) apps – services that allow Chinese users to access blocked websites – from its local App Store.

Skype, the calling app, was removed from its mainland App Store this autumn.

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