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Tencent is focusing not only on internal efforts to curb emissions, but also using digital technologies and capabilities to help various industries decarbonize, contributing to a global push in fighting climate change, said Xu Hao, Vice President of Sustainable Social Value at Tencent (0700.HK), at a Reuters online event on June 22nd.