BEIJING, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Chinese video streaming service provider iQiyi Inc, a unit of search engine firm Baidu Inc , filed on Tuesday for an initial public offering that is set to raise more than $1.50 billion amid fierce competition in China's online entertainment market.



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