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Tech firms face billions in fines

China’s market regulator wants to further rein in technology firms with stricter rules against unfair competition. The State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) presented a draft reform of the 1993 Competition Law on Tuesday, which now envisages fines of up to five percent of the annual turnover of affected companies for competition violations by Internet groups.

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