Chinese regulators want to bring order to the the country’s vast e-commerce market, with a focus on resolving issues related to monopolistic practices, unfair competition and counterfeiting. Illustration: Shutterstock
Chinese regulators want to bring order to the the country’s vast e-commerce market, with a focus on resolving issues related to monopolistic practices, unfair competition and counterfeiting. Illustration: Shutterstock
E-commerce

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China’s e-commerce crackdown: timeline of Beijing’s actions to bring tech giants in line with national policy

  • Big Tech firms, led by Alibaba, Tencent and Meituan, are under the spotlight in China’s campaign to bring order to the world’s biggest e-commerce market
  • This crackdown signalled policymakers’ heightened concerns over the growing power, influence and risks of these digital platform operators

Topic |   E-commerce
Chinese regulators want to bring order to the the country’s vast e-commerce market, with a focus on resolving issues related to monopolistic practices, unfair competition and counterfeiting. Illustration: Shutterstock
Chinese regulators want to bring order to the the country’s vast e-commerce market, with a focus on resolving issues related to monopolistic practices, unfair competition and counterfeiting. Illustration: Shutterstock
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