Children race against each other at a kindergarten in Neiqiu county, Xingtai, Hebei province on June 10. China’s antitrust actions reflect its socialist views, where opportunity should be equal to all. Photo: Xinhua Children race against each other at a kindergarten in Neiqiu county, Xingtai, Hebei province on June 10. China’s antitrust actions reflect its socialist views, where opportunity should be equal to all. Photo: Xinhua
Children race against each other at a kindergarten in Neiqiu county, Xingtai, Hebei province on June 10. China’s antitrust actions reflect its socialist views, where opportunity should be equal to all. Photo: Xinhua
Regulation

Letters | Why criticise China for taming the excesses of private capital? The West does it too

  • There have been antitrust actions and sanctions in the West against Microsoft, Huawei and other tech giants. Understandably, Beijing wants to avoid scandals like the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica saga

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Children race against each other at a kindergarten in Neiqiu county, Xingtai, Hebei province on June 10. China’s antitrust actions reflect its socialist views, where opportunity should be equal to all. Photo: Xinhua Children race against each other at a kindergarten in Neiqiu county, Xingtai, Hebei province on June 10. China’s antitrust actions reflect its socialist views, where opportunity should be equal to all. Photo: Xinhua
Children race against each other at a kindergarten in Neiqiu county, Xingtai, Hebei province on June 10. China’s antitrust actions reflect its socialist views, where opportunity should be equal to all. Photo: Xinhua
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