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China sought to limit the political fallout from its stand-off with Google on Tuesday, calling it an individual commercial case.
The foreign ministry denied Google’s move to stop censoring its local Chinese search engine would have any broader implications, just hours after the State Council issued an angry response saying the company had violated written promises.
“I cannot see an impact on China-US relations unless someone wants to politicise that. I cannot see any impact on China’s international image unless someone wants to make an issue of it,” said Qin Gang, foreign ministry spokesman.