Social network Facebook, which has failed to join the joys of social life with a multimillion-strong China, may enter into an agreement with the search engine Baidu and will take part in the creation of a new social network specifically for Chinese users.
Facebook, like some other sites, was blocked for users from China due to the actions of the Chinese government. But it is known that in order to somehow establish contacts with this country, in which the majority of residents actively use the Internet, the founder Facebook Mark Zuckerberg met with the CEO several times Baidu Robin Li. According to reports from some sources, preliminary agreements have already been concluded and a new social network can be expected to appear soon. But it is also possible that Facebook just studying the situation in the Chinese market and looking for ways to get around the official ban of the Chinese authorities.
Representatives Facebook neither confirm nor deny the conclusion of such an agreement. But experts agree that such a network, implemented on the basis of Baidu, the largest search engine in the region, and based on the experience and best practices Facebook could become the leading social network for Chinese users.