“These measures will not impact the development of their normal businesses,” said Liang Tao, vice-president of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission. Photo: Handout “These measures will not impact the development of their normal businesses,” said Liang Tao, vice-president of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission. Photo: Handout
“These measures will not impact the development of their normal businesses,” said Liang Tao, vice-president of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission. Photo: Handout
Ant Group

China’s top banking regulator says probe into Ant Group will not undermine its development and isn’t targeting private firms

  • The China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission said the investigation into Ant Group does not signal a move against private business
  • The comments are the latest attempt to alleviate concerns over probes targeting Alibaba’s business empire

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“These measures will not impact the development of their normal businesses,” said Liang Tao, vice-president of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission. Photo: Handout “These measures will not impact the development of their normal businesses,” said Liang Tao, vice-president of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission. Photo: Handout
“These measures will not impact the development of their normal businesses,” said Liang Tao, vice-president of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission. Photo: Handout
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