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Google feeds ‘net giants India and China from data centers next door

11
Dec
2013

By Clare Jim CHANGHUA, Taiwan (Reuters) – Google Inc opened its first two data centers in Asia on Wednesday to cater to the worlds fastest growing consumer technology markets, but the company has no plans to open one in China or India. Choosing Taiwan and Singapore instead illustrates the problem that tech companies face in trying to feed data demand in the worlds two most populous countries: With regulations in flux in India and cyberspace censorship in China, Google had to look next door.

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