Google planning to launch Chinese version of Play Store for users in China

Alphabet Inc's Google is planning to bring the Chinese version of Google Play store to users in China. This will see Google re-enter Chinese market after facing difficulties in China. Google had previously ended local product support in 2010.

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The Chinese version of Google Play Store would be specially made for China and would not part of Google Play Store Version that are released outside China. The Google Play Store will be made for Chinese region.

Google planning to launch Chinese version of Play Store in China

Google previously faced problems in conducting business on China as it had faced the ire of the Communinst party in China. The Chinese government had charged Google under several laws. The Chinese government is known to be sensitive to foreign companies doing business in China. The Play Store is a relatively less sensitive product and it would be ideal thing for Google to introduce it first.

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The Play Store would be used to introduce several products and services that are popular on Google Play Store all over the world. Google is yet to finalise on what products and services it would release next year in China. The project is pretty much still in the developmental stages in order to comply with strict rules in China

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