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(photos) Carrefour Completely Blocked by China Internet Search Engines

Posted by Author on April 30, 2008

Pictures from The Epochtimes, Apr. 30-

The Chinese name of Carrefour, “家乐福” is completely blocked by Chinese Internet search engines, including Google, Yahoo and Microsoft’s Chinese version search engine.

Here’s the captured screens of search results by using key word “家乐福”:

Carrefour Blocked by China Internet Search Engins(1)

Above: Carrefour Blocked by China’s NO. 1  Internet Search Engins(1), Baidu.

Carrefour Blocked by China Internet Search Engins(2)

Above: Carrefour Blocked by Google, Yahoo and other Chinese search engines.

Carrefour Blocked by China Internet Search Engins(3)

Carrefour Blocked by China Internet Search Engins(4)

Above: Carrefour Blocked by Microsoft.

One Response to “(photos) Carrefour Completely Blocked by China Internet Search Engines”

  1. So what happen to carrefour now? are there still operating their business?

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