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The next TikTok could well be on the way to the U.S. before long
The wildly popular video-sharing app may be the beginning of a new era in Chinese tech.
The WeChat ban will have economic effects, too
In addition to the bans on downloads and updates, users in the U.S. won’t be able to make payments through WeChat.
Trump administration bans WeChat, TikTok from U.S. app stores starting Sunday
The Commerce Department says, starting Sunday, neither app can be downloaded or updated in the U.S.
China to count bloggers and gamers as "employed" during pandemic
The news has fueled a perception that officials are out to inflate employment figures for a record 8.7 million graduates potentially entering a worsening jobs market.
How TikTok and WeChat escalated the U.S.-China trade war
President Trump's executive order restricts Chinese tech platforms. Correspondent Jennifer Pak discusses the future of competition in developing markets.
With executive orders, White House takes aim at two social media giants
These orders mean that in 45 days, transactions with WeChat or TikTok from American persons or companies would be banned.
Line debuts about 30 percent higher than initial price
The largest IPO of the year has just launched.
Line messaging app enters an overcrowded market
Too many apps, so little time.
Look out Wall Street: Here comes Sina Weibo
Weibo, the social network that has transformed the way young Chinese share information, now has plans to go public in the U.S.
Chinese social media app targets the U.S. market
Wechat, the wildly popular texting app from the Chinese Internet giant Tencent, has nearly 400 million users worldwide. It plans to target American consumers next.