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Why Tencent and Alibaba are China's most powerful investors

The tech titans are gorging on startups in a race some say harms innovation

HENNY SENDER, Nikkei Asian Review columnist | China

HONG KONG -- Almost a decade ago, Xie Guomin set out to create a music streaming business for mChina. He spent eight years painstakingly obtaining the licenses for thousands of songs, eventually building a giant library that helped give his music app the largest share of the domestic market.

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