Google blocked the Translate service for China, which was one of the few remaining services in the Underwear of an American company, such as Google's search for Google left this, the world's largest Internet service market, back in 2010.
According to Google, the company stopped operating Translate in Mainland China due to low usage of the service.
In 2010, the company stopped providing search services in mainland China because of legislative difficulties related to censorship of Internet content. However, the company explored the possibility of maintaining a sort of "placdarm" on the market, a Google Translate service that became available to users in the country in 2017, both on the relevant website and via a searchable mobile application. According to Bloomberg, the company also considered a prototype of a separate search engine for the Chinese market, but later stated that the project had been shut down.