back to article Google Cloud cancels planned Chinese venture

Google has scrapped plans to offer cloud services in China. The project, called "Isolated Region", began in early 2018 and aimed to address Chinese regulations that require foreign companies that provide data or networking services to form a joint venture with a Chinese partner. Those requirements see AWS' Chinese presence …

  1. redpawn Silver badge

    Sorry I can't be with you,

    I have to rearrange my sock drawer. It's not that other thing honey, for sure.

  2. YetAnotherJoeBlow Bronze badge

    "The company is not considering offering Google Cloud in China, the spokesperson added."

    Not now.

  3. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    IT Never Reigns but IT Pours

    It may be more accurate to realise Google are not offering China any Joint Venturing Partnerships in Clouds [Yes, there are many of them]

    Quite whether China really needs them though, is one of those leading questions which many may find perplexing and even self-defeating to truly answer.

  4. IGotOut Silver badge

    Don't think for one minute...

    ...it's to do with morales. They may later say it is, but it isn't.

    1. Mark Exclamation
      Headmaster

      Re: Don't think for one minute...

      Not sure it's got anything to do with confidence or self-esteem, but it may have something to do with ethics.

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