ByteDance files for China approval to export TikTok technology
Thursday, 24 September 2020
ByteDance Ltd., the Chinese parent of video app TikTok, submitted an application in Beijing for permission to export technology, as it tries to work out an agreement with the Trump administration that will avoid a US ban on the service. The company said it filed the request with the city’s commerce bureau after China tightened...
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