TikTok distances from Beijing after India app ban

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on July 4, 2020
Attempting to distance itself from Beijing, social media app TikTok chief executive Kevin Mayer in a letter to the Indian government dated June 28th and seen by Reuters on Friday, said the Chinese government has never requested user data, nor would the company turn it over if asked. TikTok, which is not available in China, is...

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Published on July 3, 2020 -  07:31
Vikram Chandra on India pulling back on economic ties with China, other stories
Tension continues to mount between India and China as the two countries engage in deescalation talks at the Line of Actual Control. In the meantime, India has launched massive pull back on economic ties with China with Union Minister Nitin Gadkari announcing a ban on Chinese firms from highway projects. Watch all this and more on the evening playlist with Vikram Chandra

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