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Apple Inc spent years building China into a US$44bil (RM184.25bil) growth driver. Then the US president last week cast all that in doubt.
Xiaomi Corp celebrated its 10th anniversary with the launch of some new products and the promise from its chief executive officer that it’ll become "a major force in China’s manufacturing sector that no one can ignore” over its next decade.
TikTok owner ByteDance to step up legal, PR fight in Trump’s war against Chinese-owned app, sources say
The Chinese owners of TikTok plan to step up opposition to a ban on US operations, as criticism grows at home the firm is kowtowing to American demands. Negotiations with Microsoft and social media giant Twitter for a forced sale are unlikely to succeed, says a source briefed on the matter.
Let’s be blunt. It makes no sense for Microsoft Corp to buy TikTok.
President Donald Trump’s bans on two popular Chinese social media apps – TikTok and WeChat – are the latest moves in an escalating US-China rift, and point to a future where technology and innovation are increasingly walled behind political barriers.
Banning WeChat, the world’s most-used messaging app, has the potential to upend the international businesses of companies from Apple Inc to Walmart Inc and shut down personal communications between America and China.
It looks like a real cable subscription, with familiar television shows, advertisements and even a customer-service line. But the product, known as a pirated internet-protocol television service, is illegal.
US president Trump’s latest demand is for either the Chinese sellers or the American buyers of TikTok’s US operations to pay the US Treasury a fee based on the sale price, even though it wasn’t clear under what authority he could demand the money.
Forced TikTok sale in US is compared to ‘robbery’ in China but ByteDance has few options, experts say
US President Donald Trump has threatened to put TikTok ‘out of business’ in the country if it is not sold by Sept 15. Chinese experts slam the move, but say TikTok’s Beijing-based parent company ByteDance has few other options.