TOKYO -- Major Chinese and U.S. information-technology companies are under growing political pressure around the world amid what has come to be called "techlash" -- a tide of anti-IT mood that has risen in 2018.
The Chinese Communist Party and the government held a ceremony on Dec. 18 to mark the 40th anniversary of the nation's "reform and opening-up" policy and honored businessmen Jack Ma Yun, Pony Ma Huating and others for their "outstanding contributions."
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