Pedestrians check their smartphones as they ride an escalator to cross an overpass in Beijing on June 13, 2019. A handful of Chinese internet players control swathes of online businesses from retail and entertainment to social media and financial services. Photo: Agence France-PressePedestrians check their smartphones as they ride an escalator to cross an overpass in Beijing on June 13, 2019. A handful of Chinese internet players control swathes of online businesses from retail and entertainment to social media and financial services. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Pedestrians check their smartphones as they ride an escalator to cross an overpass in Beijing on June 13, 2019. A handful of Chinese internet players control swathes of online businesses from retail and entertainment to social media and financial services. Photo: Agence France-Presse

China targets internet giants in antitrust law overhaul

  • Proposed revisions included greater regulatory monitoring on the impact internet companies have on various online businesses
Topic |   Internet
Pedestrians check their smartphones as they ride an escalator to cross an overpass in Beijing on June 13, 2019. A handful of Chinese internet players control swathes of online businesses from retail and entertainment to social media and financial services. Photo: Agence France-PressePedestrians check their smartphones as they ride an escalator to cross an overpass in Beijing on June 13, 2019. A handful of Chinese internet players control swathes of online businesses from retail and entertainment to social media and financial services. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Pedestrians check their smartphones as they ride an escalator to cross an overpass in Beijing on June 13, 2019. A handful of Chinese internet players control swathes of online businesses from retail and entertainment to social media and financial services. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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