Microsoft will shut down its MSN site in China on June 7. The move represents a shift away from offering content in China to delivering services and products to Windows 10 devices.
According to The Wall Street Journal
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With the government forcing out a long list of foreign competition, why aren't any sanctions being placed on them for their anticompetitive behavior?
Because they are a communist dicatorship they can do whatever the ef they want.
China is not a country that you can just "place a sanction".
The infamous political will.. They've tageted one business at a time for as long as I can remeber and waiting until your country is left with menial low-wage jobs isn't the time to take action.
In other news China banned livestreaming of people eating "banana" seductively.
Apple is also having a tough time there!
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