SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Tencent Holdings Ltd is seeking a loan of up to $2 billion, part of a flurry of fund-raising by the country's Internet giants, two people involved in the financing told Thomson Reuters LPC, a loan-focused news service. read whole article

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