Facebook to launch in China as it cuts deal with Baidu

Facebook is reported to be planning to launch a standalone Chinese service, its second attempt, in a partnership with China's biggest search engine Baidu.

Facebook to launch in China as it cuts deal with Baidu
According to reports the deal follows meetings between CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Baidu CEO Robin Li and could see Facebook launch a standalone site and help it reach its billion user target.

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