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Goldman Sachs says $3.2 trillion worth of Chinese stocks at risk of further regulatory crackdown

Share prices of Chinese tech companies Baidu, Alibaba and Meituan among those shown at the Exchange Square in Hong Kong on March 23, 2021.
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A group of Chinese listed companies totaling $3.2 trillion in market capitalization could be at risk of further regulatory crackdown by Beijing, according to an assessment by Goldman Sachs.

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