A surveillance camera outside the tech company Tencent Holdings’ headquarters in Shenzhen. China’s antitrust regulators have been targeting Big Tech. Photo: Bloomberg
A surveillance camera outside the tech company Tencent Holdings’ headquarters in Shenzhen. China’s antitrust regulators have been targeting Big Tech. Photo: Bloomberg
Aidan Yao
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Aidan Yao

China’s crackdown on tech and tutoring is really directed at inequality

  • Beijing’s regulatory moves on Big Tech, fintech and for-profit education are aligned with its long-term strategic priority, ‘common prosperity’
  • However, this is not a goal that can be achieved with a few policy tweaks, and Beijing should consider the financial market reaction to its moves

A surveillance camera outside the tech company Tencent Holdings’ headquarters in Shenzhen. China’s antitrust regulators have been targeting Big Tech. Photo: Bloomberg
A surveillance camera outside the tech company Tencent Holdings’ headquarters in Shenzhen. China’s antitrust regulators have been targeting Big Tech. Photo: Bloomberg
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