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Oracle in talks with Chinese companies to provide cloud services

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Garrett Ilg, president of Oracle Japan and Asia Pacific, said the company is in talks with a number of Chinese companies with overseas ambitions. (Source photos by AP and courtesy of Oracle)

SINGAPORE -- Oracle is discussing with several Chinese companies to provide cloud infrastructure services to support their global expansion, said the president of the U.S. tech giant's Japan and Asia-Pacific business.

In an interview with Nikkei Asia, Garrett Ilg, president of Oracle Japan and Asia Pacific, said the company is in talks with a "number of Chinese companies" with "global ambitions." He said these companies are considering using Oracle's cloud infrastructure to expand operations outside China.

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