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China’s Tightening Anti-monopoly Regulations Targeting Leading Internet Platforms – 3 September 2021

  • Public Equity
  • TMT
  • Greater China
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Associate professor and director at East China University of Political Science and Law

Agenda

  • Anti-monopoly regulatory policies, penalties and investigation cases in H1 2021
  • China’s internet platform economy regulations, motives and objectives
  • Draft rules banning unfair internet competition issued by China’s State Administration for Market Regulation on 17 August, plus interpretation
  • Potential unfair competition and data misuse practices of leading internet platforms in China – Tencent (HKG: 0700), Alibaba (HKG: 9988), Meituan (HKG: 3690) and Trip.com (NASDAQ: TCOM), plus countermeasures
  • Policy impacts on leading internet platforms’ business development, profitability and data demand, plus indirect impacts on upstream and downstream players

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