Exclusive: China Unicom counts Alibaba, Tencent among investors in drive to raise $10 billion - sources
HONG KONG Chinese tech giants Alibaba Group Holdings and Tencent Holdings will be among new investors pouring a total of around $10 billion into mobile carrier China Unicom, sources said, part of efforts by Beijing to rejuvenate state behemoths with private cash.
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