China’s regulators ramp up pressure on Alibaba, Tencent, other major internet firms to protect gig workers’ basic rights

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China’s regulators ramp up pressure on Alibaba, Tencent, other major internet firms to protect gig workers’ basic rights

Chinese regulators on Friday summoned some of the country’s biggest internet platform operators – including Alibaba Group Holding, Tencent Holdings, Meituan and Didi Chuxing – to a meeting to discuss their efforts to protect the basic rights of gig economy workers, following new guidelines issued by the government in July.The 10 internet companies called to the meeting were directed to “play a leading role” in caring for these workers and shouldering the social responsibilities for employing…

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