Amazon agreed to allow only five-star reviews for Xi’s book in China

Amazon quietly removed criticism of President Xi’s books by scrubbing bad reviews, ratings and comments from its Chinese site, it has emerged.

The move is the latest example of western tech companies willing to work with Chinese censors for access to the country’s massive consumer market.

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