This article originally appeared on ABACUSGoogle has a complex history with China. Over the past 20 years, the company has made compromises to operate in China, exited the country and then planned a return that was later nixed. Google’s back and forth on China can’t be attributed to any one leader. But the reason Google currently doesn’t operate in China can be largely traced back to Alphabet President Sergey Brin, who made a surprise announcement yesterday with Google co-founder and…



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