Microsoft realizing communists don't make good business partners? (1 Viewer)


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Microsoft considers China policy

<!-- S BO --> <!-- S IBYL --> <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="416"> <tbody><tr> <td valign="bottom"> By Darren Waters
Technology editor, BBC News website, Athens
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There is mounting pressure on tech firms for their dealings in China

</td></tr> </tbody></table>A senior executive for Microsoft has said the firm could pull out of non-democratic countries such as China.

Fred Tipson, senior policy counsel for the computer giant, said concerns over the repressive regime might force it to reconsider its business in China.

"Things are getting bad... and perhaps we have to look again at our presence there," he told a conference in Athens.

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