Google (GOOG +0.6%) had just 2.1% of the Chinese search market in June, down from 4.7% last October, per research firm CNZZ. Though Google's Chinese share has been falling for some time thanks to its decision to shut down Google.cn and redirect visitors to its Hong Kong site rather than censor results, Qihoo's (QIHU +3.4%) decision to make its own search engine the default engine for its browser, and thereby swap out Google, has sped up the trend. Qihoo is now estimated to have a 15.3% share (was 9.6% in Oct.), and Sohu's (SOHU +1.3%) Sogou 8.8% (7.8% prior). Baidu's (BIDU +1.1%) share is believed to have fallen to 69.4% from 73%. (more on Qihoo/Baidu)
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