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China has no reason to approve 'dirty' TikTok deal -China Daily

WorldNews Wednesday, 23 September 2020
China has no reason to approve 'dirty' TikTok deal -China DailySHANGHAI, Sept 23 (Reuters) - China has no reason to approve the "dirty and unfair" deal based on "bullying and extortion" that Oracle Corp and Walmart Inc said they struck with ByteDance, the state-backed English-language China Daily newspaper said on Wednesday. "What the United States has done to TikTok is almost...
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