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China signals new laws on privacy, data and anti-trust

Government rolls out blueprint that reflects changes in high tech and finance

Authorities hope to develop laws consistent with new sectors such as the digital economy, which will affect high-tech giants like Alibaba and Didi.   © Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) -- China will draft new laws on national security, technology innovation, monopolies and education, as well as in areas involving foreigners, the national leadership said in a document published late on Wednesday.

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