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China has been signaling an easing of its regulatory campaign against the technology sector, but the country’s tech giants are moving ahead with more job cuts as growth stalls. Companies including Tencent and ByteDance are implementing fresh layoffs affecting thousands of employees in their latest round of cost-cutting, current and former employees said. These job cuts come on top of the tens of thousands of employees already axed by Chinese internet companies since late last year after Beijing’s regulatory crackdown swamped the sector.

Tencent, ByteDance Implement Fresh Layoffs Amid China’s Economic Pains

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