Chinese tech giants led by Alibaba and Tencent donate millions towards flood relief efforts in Shanxi

China’s big tech companies, including Alibaba Group Holding and Tencent Holdings, have announced donations amounting to over 300 million yuan (US$46.6 million) towards flood relief efforts in Shanxi province, where heavy rains and landslides have killed at least five people and displaced over 120,000.Alibaba, the owner of the South China Morning Post, said it has donated 30 million yuan. Its payment affiliate Ant Group plans to donate 20 million yuan, while founder Jack Ma’s foundation and co…


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