Community group buying enables residents to purchase groceries and daily essentials in bulk via a community leader but regulators are concerned it might hurt small shop owners. Photo: EPA-EFE Community group buying enables residents to purchase groceries and daily essentials in bulk via a community leader but regulators are concerned it might hurt small shop owners. Photo: EPA-EFE
Community group buying enables residents to purchase groceries and daily essentials in bulk via a community leader but regulators are concerned it might hurt small shop owners. Photo: EPA-EFE
Regulation

Beijing lectures Alibaba, Tencent, Meituan and Pinduoduo in new antitrust warning to Big Tech

  • China’s market regulator told six of the country’s internet giants that it is concerned about problems of pricing and competition in community group buying services
  • Regulators are becoming more aggressive in managing risks stemming from Big Tech after learning from experiences in ride hailing and bike sharing

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Community group buying enables residents to purchase groceries and daily essentials in bulk via a community leader but regulators are concerned it might hurt small shop owners. Photo: EPA-EFE Community group buying enables residents to purchase groceries and daily essentials in bulk via a community leader but regulators are concerned it might hurt small shop owners. Photo: EPA-EFE
Community group buying enables residents to purchase groceries and daily essentials in bulk via a community leader but regulators are concerned it might hurt small shop owners. Photo: EPA-EFE
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