After Spotify and Universal, could Tencent buy its way even further into the music business?

Tencent Music Entertainment, the biggest music-streaming company in China, is in trouble. Ever since the company struck a sub-licensing deal with Warner Music Group (WMG) in November 2014 — the first of its kind — it has enjoyed a privileged relationship with the world’s biggest music-rights companies. That privileged relationship is now facing severe scrutiny.

Source: After Spotify and Universal, could Tencent buy its way even further into the music business?

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