Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk along a pavement in Beijing. China’s newly implemented antitrust guidelines aim to keep in check monopolistic practices of China’s Big Tech companies. Photo: AP Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk along a pavement in Beijing. China’s newly implemented antitrust guidelines aim to keep in check monopolistic practices of China’s Big Tech companies. Photo: AP
Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk along a pavement in Beijing. China’s newly implemented antitrust guidelines aim to keep in check monopolistic practices of China’s Big Tech companies. Photo: AP

China antitrust: Beijing’s new rule book raises the bar for what counts as a monopoly

  • The final version of China’s new antitrust guidelines came into effect on Sunday
  • It comes at a time when some of the country’s largest and most influential technology companies are embroiled in various anti-monopoly issues

Topic |   China technology
Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk along a pavement in Beijing. China’s newly implemented antitrust guidelines aim to keep in check monopolistic practices of China’s Big Tech companies. Photo: AP Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk along a pavement in Beijing. China’s newly implemented antitrust guidelines aim to keep in check monopolistic practices of China’s Big Tech companies. Photo: AP
Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk along a pavement in Beijing. China’s newly implemented antitrust guidelines aim to keep in check monopolistic practices of China’s Big Tech companies. Photo: AP
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