Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is gearing up to land China with a bang in 2015 and expectations are high that social media behemoth will set new trends in the problematic markets of China. In an article on CNBC, it was reported that a tech reporter, Jessica Lessin, founder and editor-in-chief of The Information has claimed that something big is coming from Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) in China in the year 2015. Mark Zuckerberg is already giving a heavy focus on the PR related activities in China. He recently depicted his excellent Chinese language skills in a public event in the country.
China has always been a difficult place of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) and other social media companies. Regulators and government are putting pressures on the US-based social media companies. The government wants to give an open ground for the local messaging and online social services to grow, but Facebook has its own ways to get what it wants.
Lessin thinks that Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has numerous plans in pipeline regarding its business in China. The company will create a new hybrid version of its social media platform and messaging services like WhatsApp. Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) could make some changes to make it more suitable to the local law. Facebook can launch a special version for the Chinese users.
Regardless of the strategies and minute details, one thing is for sure: Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has resolved for the New Year that China and emerging markets will be its next stage. Before any other competitor could reach there, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) will seize the chance.
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