Google disables Google Translate in China
Google has disabled the Google Translate service for users in China. It is reported by Bloomberg, citing a statement from a company representative.
“We have discontinued Google Translate in mainland China due to low usage,” the statement said.
At the same time, from the site of this service, users can go to the translator page registered in Hong Kong, but it is not available in mainland China.
Earlier it was reported that Google changed its mind to produce smartphones in China. Among the reasons are the constant lockdowns at enterprises in China due to the coronavirus, as well as the aggravation of relations between the United States and China. We are talking about the initial transfer of 10-20% of the expected annual volume of gadgets.
On May 29, US Republican senators called on Apple and Google to ban software from their app stores that support payment in the form of China’s digital national currency.