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China's NetEase to rectify "irregular practices" at finance website

The announcement from the Nasdaq-listed company comes as the Chinese government is ramping up a campaign to regulate online media with tighter licensing rules and censorship. NetEase did not specify the problems in its statement posted on the company's portal site. The NetEase portal site is known for its outspoken opinion pieces and a freewheeling comments section, where popular posts are widely circulated online.