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China’s top regulator launches probe into e-commerce platform Vipshop over alleged ‘improper competition behaviour’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s top market regulator has launched an investigation into e-commerce platform Vipshop Holdings over “alleged improper competition behaviour”, as Beijing continues to tighten antitrust regulation in the country’s tech sector.The State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), which revealed new draft antitrust rules in November last year, announced the probe on Thursday in a one-line statement on its website without providing further details.However, SAMR also posted a statement on its…

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China’s top market regulator has launched an investigation into e-commerce platform Vipshop Holdings over “alleged improper competition behaviour”, as Beijing continues to tighten antitrust regulation in the country’s tech sector.The State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), which revealed new draft antitrust rules in November last year, announced the probe on Thursday in a one-line statement on its website without providing further details.However, SAMR also posted a statement on its…

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