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China says it firmly opposes Trump's orders against TikTok, WeChat

China will defend the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese businesses, foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said

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China | TikTok | WeChat

Reuters  |  Beijing 

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Donald Trump banning US transactions with the Chinese owners of TikTok and WeChat

China's foreign ministry on Friday said that it firmly opposes executive orders announced by US President Donald Trump on Thursday banning US transactions with the Chinese owners of messaging app and video-sharing app

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will defend the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese businesses, foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a media briefing.

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First Published: Fri, August 07 2020. 14:28 IST
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