People walk past a Tencent sign at the company headquarters in Shenzhen. Photo: ReutersPeople walk past a Tencent sign at the company headquarters in Shenzhen. Photo: Reuters
People walk past a Tencent sign at the company headquarters in Shenzhen. Photo: Reuters

Analysts say Tencent’s US$22 billion in US assets, mainly gaming, could be at risk after Mike Pompeo’s latest remarks

  • Trump sent shock waves across the tech industry last week after signing an order to ban US entities from dealing with Tencent’s WeChat app
  • Tencent’s assets in the US lie primarily in video games, and uncertainty remains until the executive orders are clarified

Topic |   Tencent
People walk past a Tencent sign at the company headquarters in Shenzhen. Photo: ReutersPeople walk past a Tencent sign at the company headquarters in Shenzhen. Photo: Reuters
People walk past a Tencent sign at the company headquarters in Shenzhen. Photo: Reuters
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