CEO Baidu: our search engine is interested in entering the Russian market


UJANG /EASTERN CHINA/, December 16. /Corr. Alexey Selishev/. Largest search engine of China Baidu is interested in entering the Russian market. As reported on Wednesday, TASS, the head of the Chinese company Li Yanchun, for this reason, Baidu hopes to strengthen cooperation with “Yandex”.

“We have an interest in the Russian market, but we also know that there’s a search engine “Yandex”. We are impressed with his achievements on the Russian market and hope to strengthen with the “Yandex” cooperation,” Lee said Yangon. “While I can’t say what it will be the areas of cooperation, but the interest is there”, – said the head of Baidu.

In conversation he noted that Russian companies are also beginning to show interest in the Chinese segment of the Internet. “We are negotiating with several companies, but specific projects yet,” said Lee Yangon.

The conversation took place on the sidelines of the second world conference on Internet governance (World Internet Conference), which takes place in China wuzhen under the motto “creating a society with a common future in cyberspace” and will last until 18 December.

Baidu is the largest portal in China, the fifth largest in the world. According to official statistics, 87% of Chinese use Baidu. The company’s revenue in 2013 amounted to $7.9 billion market Capitalization Baidu on American NASDAQ is now $46,53 billion.