Carrot after stick
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Regulators clamped down on big tech for 18 months. Now they're offering a carrot to lure companies to comply with antitrust laws.
On July 5, the Zhejiang branch of China’s antitrust regulator (SAMR) released standards designed to help internet companies implement antitrust compliance procedures....
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