Baidu.com, China's most popular search engine, reportedly plans to announce details of a European expansion later this month.
The announcement will be made by Baidu CFO Shawn Wang at a Nasdaq investor conference this month, according to the Sunday Telegraph. That event, where Wang is a scheduled speaker, will be held in London on 19 June.
The Sunday Telegraph report did not offer details of Baidu's plans, including when the company planned to launch a European site or what language the site would use. However, the report hinted Baidu's planned site will be targeted at younger internet users in a bid to compete with Google in Europe.
Baidu hasn't confirmed this yet, but a number of sources are mentoning this news already.