Surveillance cameras outside a shopping mall in Beijing. China’s recent regulatory crackdown shows how close an eye the government is keeping on tech firms. Photo: Bloomberg Surveillance cameras outside a shopping mall in Beijing. China’s recent regulatory crackdown shows how close an eye the government is keeping on tech firms. Photo: Bloomberg
Surveillance cameras outside a shopping mall in Beijing. China’s recent regulatory crackdown shows how close an eye the government is keeping on tech firms. Photo: Bloomberg
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Will China’s regulatory crackdown benefit Southeast Asian tech firms?

  • As China tightens its grip on Big Tech, start-ups in the region could be a safe haven for global investors
  • But while Asean’s rising stars can expect positive capital flows from US and Chinese investors, the size of China’s market remains attractive to VCs

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Surveillance cameras outside a shopping mall in Beijing. China’s recent regulatory crackdown shows how close an eye the government is keeping on tech firms. Photo: Bloomberg Surveillance cameras outside a shopping mall in Beijing. China’s recent regulatory crackdown shows how close an eye the government is keeping on tech firms. Photo: Bloomberg
Surveillance cameras outside a shopping mall in Beijing. China’s recent regulatory crackdown shows how close an eye the government is keeping on tech firms. Photo: Bloomberg
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