Aug 31 (Reuters) – NetEase Inc Chief Government Officer Ding Lei mentioned on Tuesday the gaming firm anticipates a lower than 1% hit to its earnings from China’s new gaming curbs on minors.
The feedback got here after China’s new guidelines, printed on Monday, forbid under-18s from taking part in video video games for greater than three hours per week as a part of a serious shift by Beijing to strengthen management over some key sectors of its financial system. read more
Reporting by Tiyashi Datta in Bengaluru and Brenda Goh;
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