Google hinted Monday that it wants to return to China after it controversially quit the country last year after a dispute over censorship.
Patrick Pichette, Google's chief financial officer, told the paper that withdrawing Google from China last January after a clash with censors was merely a "roadblock." At the time Google said that it had been the target of a major cyber attack and would no longer censor its search results to comply with Chinese authorities.
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