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Since late 2020, China's leaders have swiftly and aggressively moved to regulate China's biggest tech companies, including Alibaba and Didi. What has the regulatory onslaught told us about how Beijing sees high-tech industries and their place in th e economy? What can the West learn from China's experience when it comes to its own crop of unruly internet giants?
Raymond Zhong is a tech reporter for the New York Times and is currently based in Taipei, Taiwan. He was part of the Times team that won the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service in 2021 for coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. Before joining the Times in 2017, he covered India and South Asia for the Wall Street Journal.
ISP, PTCC, Poynter