Google To Set Up R&D Office In South Korea

The Associated Press reports that Google is setting up a research and development center in South Korea. The details of the size of the office were not disclosed. Robert A. Eustace, Google’s senior vice president, said “South Korean government’s strong encouragement persuaded the company to make the investment.” DNS India adds that Google also has research centers in Britain, Israel, Norway, Japan, Switzerland, India, Russia and the Americas.

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