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This company may become the next Internet search portal to take market share from the dominant Baidu.
You can expect the usual suspects, like Amazon, Google and Facebook, but what about China's largest Internet company?
Although mobile has been strong, Baidu shares are near resistance, and that is a red flag.
The social media giant's management has learned how to monetize the site.
The Chinese tech company has seen huge growth recently.
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