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Chinese government fines Alibaba $3.7 billion for anti-competitive behaviour – ABC News

Chinese regulators hit the Alibaba Group, the world’s biggest e-commerce company, with a penalty equivalent to 4 per cent of its total 2019 revenue for anti-competitive…

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Chinese regulators have fined Alibaba Group, the world’s biggest e-commerce company, 18.3 billion yuan ($3.7 billion) for anti-competitive tactics.
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  • The company said it “accepts the penalty with sincerity”
  • China’s Communist Party is making anti-monopoly enforcement, especially in tech, a priority this year
  • Founder Jack Ma disappeared temporarily from public view earlier this year after criticising regulators

The State Administration for Market Regulation on Saturday announced Alibaba was…

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