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China’s move to regulate its tech giants is part of its bigger push to become a tech ‘superpower’ – CNBC

China has released draft rules on various areas from antitrust to data protection as it aims to regulate its biggest technology firms.

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GUANGZHOU, China China’s recent moves to regulate large technology giants are part of its broader push to become a technological “superpower,” one expert told CNBC.
Like the U.S. and European Union, China is working out how to regulate the technology sector in many areas, from data protection to antitrust. China’s technology companies have grown, largely unencumbered by regulation, and become among the biggest in the world.
And there are a number of regulations that have come into effect or are…

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