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Lacklustre earnings, buyback plans hurting China's Internet bonds

Alibaba's US$4b share repurchase and Baidu's US$1b plan fuel concern finances will deteriorate

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Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, China's largest e-commerce company, announced a US$4 billion share repurchase last week, while Baidu Inc, its most-popular search engine, unveiled a US$1 billion plan in July.

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CHINA'S Internet bonds are lagging behind as disappointing earnings and plans for buybacks to shore up slumping shares fuel concern finances will deteriorate.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, China's largest e-commerce company, announced a US$4 billion share repurchase last

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