Beijing, Ta. 28
In China, the government is increasing restrictions on technology and Internet companies. As a result, many tech companies, including Alibaba owner Jack Ma, are going through bad days.
The Chinese government has extended restrictions on Jack Ma’s business empire. China’s market regulator has announced the introduction of an anti-trust law against e-commerce giant Alibaba Group. This has impacted other companies including Alibaba.
Other tech companies also think they can be investigated under the antitrust law. As a result, Chinese technology companies have lost about Rs 12 lakh crore in two days. Alibaba’s stock fell 3% today.
Today, the second day indicates that shares of companies including Alibaba with its rival Tencent Holding have seen a sell-off due to antitrust loans.
Chinese regulators have lost 20 billion or 20 lakh crore rupees since October due to the sanctions. On the other hand, shares of both Tencent and Meteuan fell 3% today.
The Chinese government has launched an investigation into anti-monopoly practices in the Internet sector. China’s central bank has ordered the Ant Group to improve its business. The People’s Bank of China, the central bank of China, has issued summons to the Ant Group officials and directed them to prepare a reform plan. According to the regulators, the ant group lacks a governance mechanism. Regulators alleged that the aunt group took advantage of their position to try to outdo their rivals.