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Revenue growth is slowing at some of China’s biggest technology companies, reducing one of the industry’s key selling points for global investors.

After a sustained regulatory onslaught, the sector is confronting forceful antipandemic measures, which threaten to further damp consumer demand in the world’s second-largest economy. The challenges are feeding into broader skepticism about Chinese stocks, since tech makes up a large chunk of the offshore market.

Source: WSJ

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