Googlers in China searched mostly for money, technology in 2007

January 3rd, 2008 - 5:32 pm ICT by admin  

New Delhi, Jan 3 (ANI): It looks like money and technology was all that preoccupied people living in the China in the past year, for according to a list released by Google China most of them searched for wealth-related sites.

The list, which came out on Jan 1, revealed that four of the top six sites the Chinese searched were wealth-related: Three banks and “stock”.

China Merchants Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and China Construction Bank, ranked second, third and sixth, proving a big draw for investors.

Fourth on the list was stock, reports China Daily.

Google users’ passion for stocks was also reflected in another list, which ranked blogs that were most searched. The top two were written by securities analysts.

Besides, on the list of the 10 most googled sentences that start with “what is”, seven were about stocks, including such questions as “what is a blue chip” and “what is an open-end fund”. (ANI)

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