Google's $30 Billion for International M&A, Contract Manufacturer

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sheriden   7/21/2014 5:15:40 AM
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It is really a blissful news to know that Google expects foreign operations outside the US in order to become a significant portion and part of their expansion program . the part of the cash should go for building a high-tech manufacturing facility.

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