Google could face a lawsuit in China from a group of protesting advertising resellers who are now considering legal action against the company for terminating their contracts.
The seven Chinese ad reselling companies have been protesting at Google's Shanghai office after the U.S.-based company notified the resellers in September that it would be ending its partnerships with them. The resellers say they have spent the last four to five years selling online advertisements for Google, only to see their contracts terminated without fully knowing why. They demand Google issue an apology and compensate the companies for US$7 million.
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