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China's Tencent reports first revenue drop as gaming regulations and COVID-19 bite
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Tencent said it had shut some unprofitable businesses and promised a return to growth even if the economy stayed weak, after government clampdowns on its gaming business and COVID-19 lockdowns drove its first-ever quarterly sales fall.
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