A visitor walks past a logo for Tencent at its display at the China International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing on September 5, 2020. Foreign shareholders in China’s tech companies are learning what its entrepreneurs have long known: Beijing’s decisions about what is good for the economy can hurt corporate bottom lines. Photo: AP
A visitor walks past a logo for Tencent at its display at the China International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing on September 5, 2020. Foreign shareholders in China’s tech companies are learning what its entrepreneurs have long known: Beijing’s decisions about what is good for the economy can hurt corporate bottom lines. Photo: AP

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A visitor walks past a logo for Tencent at its display at the China International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing on September 5, 2020. Foreign shareholders in China’s tech companies are learning what its entrepreneurs have long known: Beijing’s decisions about what is good for the economy can hurt corporate bottom lines. Photo: AP
A visitor walks past a logo for Tencent at its display at the China International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing on September 5, 2020. Foreign shareholders in China’s tech companies are learning what its entrepreneurs have long known: Beijing’s decisions about what is good for the economy can hurt corporate bottom lines. Photo: AP
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