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New tech regulations show China is keeping up with industry standards

Ride hailing and mobility giant Didi came under a cyber security review days after its US$4.4 billion listing on the NYSE. PHOTO: REUTERS
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BEIJING - In a bid to better regulate the tech industry and rein in tech giants, China has been rolling out a series of cyber-security regulations following the high profile investigations of several companies.

Ride hailing and mobility giant Didi came under a cyber-security review by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) days after its US$4.4 billion (S$6 billion) listing on the New York Stock Exchange while its app was pulled from platforms in mainland China.

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