The department associated with the supervision of free competition, according to Bloomberg News, said the three large groups must hand over 500,000 yuan (78,000 dollars) for each case of anti-monopoly violation.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said in March that he is seeking to investigate groups of “platforms” that keep information for monopoly, and Beijing has supported the stages of antitrust supervision in China’s various private businesses, particularly in the Internet world.
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