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Chinese market regulators fine 12 companies for illegal Reuters monopoly behavior

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Beijing (Reuters)-China’s market regulator said Friday it had fined 12 companies in connection with 10 transactions that showed illegal monopoly behavior.

The state government for market regulation said in a statement on Friday that companies include companies backed by Baidu Inc (NASDAQ :), Tencent Holdings (OTC :), Didi Chuxing, and ByteDance.

Baidu, Tencent, ByteDance, and Didi did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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Chinese market regulators fine 12 companies for illegal Reuters monopoly behavior

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