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Yahoo! Kimo
Available inTraditional Chinese
Area servedTaiwan
OwnerApollo Global Management
LaunchedOctober 2001
Current statusActive

Yahoo! Kimo (Chinese: Yahoo!奇摩) is the Taiwanese version of Yahoo!, a web services provider based in the United States. In February 2001, Yahoo! Inc. acquired Kimo [zh], a Taiwanese search engine, and in October 2001, Yahoo! Kimo was launched as the merger of Kimo with Yahoo! Taiwan [zh].[1]

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  1. ^ Uimonen, Terho; Lawson, Stephen (2001-02-26). "Yahoo finalizes acquisition". IT World Canada News. Retrieved 2022-01-31.