China’s internet regulator is working on a plan to take a minority stake in the operator of business news aggregator wallstreetcn.com. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s government mulls special stake in wallstreetcn.com as it looks to control the flow of information on trade, economics

  • China’s internet regulator is in talks to take up a stake in wallstreet.cn, whose financial news aggregation service had been suspended since June 10
  • The regulator’s stake, known as ‘special management shares’, may be held via a local state asset supervision authority or a government-backed fund, sources say
Topic |   Censorship in China

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China’s internet regulator is working on a plan to take a minority stake in the operator of business news aggregator wallstreetcn.com. Photo: Shutterstock
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