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Netflix keeps growing, but latest figures leave investors underwhelmed

By France24
23 January 2022   |   7:21 am
Streaming giant Netflix says it's bracing for slower-than-expected growth this year, a development that saw its share price plummet. As FRANCE 24's Cole Stangler explains, it's not the only firm that's struggled to keep up momentum after booming in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, when millions of people were on lockdown.

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