, the No. 1 Internet search company in China, is looking to raise its share of China's PC and mobile search market to 79% next year, a senior executive said, according to a report.
Baidu general manager for corporate development, Tang Hesong, made the comments to reporters during a news conference on Tuesday,
Baidu captured more than 64% of China's search market in the first quarter, up from 58.4% in the fourth quarter,
reports, citing research from Analysys International.
Baidu's share gains will largely come as
over censorship concerns.
-- Written by Joseph Woelfel in New York.
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