China Orders Temporary Suspension Of Microsoft Search Engine Auto Suggest: Reuters

  • Chinese regulator ordered Microsoft Corp MSFT search engine Bing to suspend its auto-suggest feature for a week for undisclosed reasons, Reuters reports.
  • It marks Bing's second regulatory suspension since December.
  • "Bing is a global search platform and remains committed to respecting the rule of law and users' right to access information," Bing said.
  • Recently China assured about bringing stability in capital markets, supporting overseas stock listings, resolving risks around property developers, and completing the crackdown on Big Tech as soon as possible.
  • Alibaba Group Holding Ltd BABA and the other Chinese tech stocks have produced lackluster results thanks to the domestic tech crackdown.
  • Price Action: MSFT shares traded lower by 0.59% at $298.67 on the last check Monday.
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