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Netflix is giving up on a major country

Netflix is big, but investors expect it to be huge.  A big part of that growth is overseas expansion, and that included China — which could soon rival the U.S. market.  Now, Netflix is walking back expectations about its expansion into the world's second-largest economy. The company announced on Monday as part of its third-quarter earnings report that it is no longer planning to launch its service in China.
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