Yesterday, Google announced its Q2 2012 financial results. Find below a brief overview of Google’s international performance (note that when subtracting Motorola revenues ($1.3 billion) from the figures, revenues amount to $10.9 billion):
- Revenue from the U.S. was up 20% year-on-year to $5 billion.
- Non-U.S. revenue accounted for 53% of Google’s total revenue or almost $6 billion, and was up 22% year-on-year.
- The UK was up 20% year-on-year, close to $1.2 billion.
- The poor macro-economic climate in Southern Europe hampered growth in this region, especially Spain, stated Google’s Nikesh Arora in yesterday’s conference call.
- Growth in Asia is steady relative to the first quarter, Google announced.
Source: Google Earnings Slides
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