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17 August 2017 By Quentin Webb

State-backed China Unicom will get $11.7 bln, including from Tencent and other tech stars. Less encouragingly, this flagship “mixed-ownership reform” also includes public money. And the funds are going through another unit in Shanghai, effectively limiting influence by outsiders.

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