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China's Wanda to sell stake in film subsidiary to Alibaba

China’s Dalian Wanda Group has agreed to sell a $1.24-billion minority stake of its cinema subsidiary Wanda Film to tech giant Alibaba Group and a government-backed investor, in the latest move by the Beijing-based property and entertainment giant to shore up its finances. Wanda, run by billionaire...
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