Why the Chinese Government Raided Microsoft Offices

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July 29 (Bloomberg) -- China regulators opened an anti-monopoly investigation into Microsoft, seizing computers and documents from offices in four cities amid escalating tensions with U.S. technology companies. Megan Hughes has more on "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Chinese regulators seizing computers and documents from microsoft is across four different cities in china.

You had 100 staff members at the state administration for indigent -- industry and commerce.

They are also investigating microsoft executives including a vice president.

Microsoft complies with the laws and regulations of every market in which we operate around the world.

Our business practices and china are designed to be compliant.

The back story here, the government excluded saying that part of the reason was concern over internet safety.

Obviously this index-- this is escalating.

You kick them out in china gets more business.

Many would say china is being protectionist.

You have tension over the accusations of cyber spy and.

You had the indictment of five chinese military officers for allegedly stealing info.

Thank you so much, megan hughes.

That wraps it up for "street smart." tomorrow, trish will be joined

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