Down roughly 20%, shares of Chinese search giant Baidu have taken a beating over the last year. Sitting well below $100 and trading at what many would argue is a bottom-barrel valuation for a company growing so rapidly, its shares look like a steal by nearly any measure of value. However, the market's clearly concerned about more than just valuation here. In this edition of our Ask a Fool series, Fool contributor Andrew Tonner checks in on Baidu and explains why, despite its recent struggles, the company could be a winner yet.
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