China’s recent crackdown on major tech corporations could potentially boost competition and put the economy on a “healthier,” more diverse footing. That’s the conclusion of analysts at U.S. rating agency S&P Global. Instead of anti-competitive practices, takeovers and listings abroad, China’s companies could aim for more organic growth in the future, for example through additional investment spending.
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