SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China’s Baidu.com Inc continued to dominate the country’s Web search market in the third quarter, research firm Analysys International said.
Baidu had a 61.5 percent share in the third quarter, compared with 58.1 percent in the previous quarter, Analysys said.
Google Inc followed with a 22.5 percent share -- largely unchanged from the second quarter -- and Yahoo China came third with a 10.6 percent share.
China’s online search market was worth 811.7 million yuan ($108.5 million) in the third quarter, up 95.2 percent from a year earlier, the report said.
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