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Worthless without apps. Make as may OS as you want, they are worthless without Apps.
China has all the apps it needs :lol:
Only Indians use Murican apps. Harmony OS will completely dominate the Chinese market and then expand globally. Funnily enough it will be Indians themselves that will buy Harmony OS installed phones the most outside of the Chinese market. You Indians love Chinese products. Love them.
 
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LOL! nope. Not in USA. Not in India.
Hell most Indians don't know about VPN.
And most americans don't care. If TikTok stops, they will move to something else, like YouTube Shorts. If WeChat stops, they will move to WhatsApp.
They will learn about VPN now. They desperately need TikTok in their lives. It’s an addiction.
They will beg for TikTok just like Modi begged for Chinese loans.
 
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China has all the apps it needs :lol:
Only yindoos use Murican apps. Harmony OS will completely dominate the Chinese market and then expand globally. Funnily enough it will be Indians themselves that will buy Harmony OS installed phones the most outside of the Chinese market. You Indians love Chinese products. Love them.
@The Eagle Looks like someone is desparely looking for a ban. Or you want me to reply in kind?
 

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Don't like VPN no problem. Soon you will be able to totally bypass the US network and lock on to China's satellite internet.

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China's commercial satellite sector is expecting a boost after "satellite internet" was added to a list of "new infrastructures" in April by the National Development and Reform Commission. Enditem
 

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Don't like VPN no problem. Soon you will be able to totally bypass the US network and lock on to China's satellite internet.

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China's commercial satellite sector is expecting a boost after "satellite internet" was added to a list of "new infrastructures" in April by the National Development and Reform Commission. Enditem
We already have Starlink copy boy :lol:
 

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Don't like VPN no problem. Soon you will be able to totally bypass the US network and lock on to China's satellite internet.
Okay, so you want a satellite receiver and transmitter built into ALL smartphones sold in USA. Sounds totally like a plan. I am sure US FCC etc will approve it and it will be totally cost efficient and US etc will allow payment to Chinese companies for providing satellite based internet in USA. (*Sarcasm*)
 

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Use report button. Don't quote back and move on.
"Yindoo" is Indian in Chinese Pinying, not a derogatory unless Indians think being called an "Indian" is insulting, which I believe many do.
Not surprised that many Chinese (from China) find it a better expression for Indians.
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Hi they made deal, but what is this all about?
NINGBO, China (Reuters) - TikTok owner Bytedance said in a social media post on Sunday that it was the first time it had heard in the news it was setting up a $5 billion education fund in the United States.

U.S. President Donald Trump said he had approved a deal, which included a $5 billion education fund, to allow TikTok to continue to operate in the United States.

“The company has been committed to investing in the education field, and plans to work with partners and global shareholders to launch online classroom projects based on AI and video technology for students around the world,” ByteDance said on its official account on Toutiao.
 

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China bows down to US pressure :woot:
Technically Bytedance owns 80% of the new Tik Tok GLobal. Because roughly 40% of Bytedance is owned itself by American investors, 80% * 40% = 32% + the additional 20% is roughly equivalent to 53% American owned. So basically with this new deal, American ownership in Tik Tok got boosted by 13% from 40% to 53%, although this majority does not mean a majority in share or voting rights. Hopefully in India you guys have basic knowledge of the math I just presented ... I can assure you it is not very difficult :enjoy: .
 

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although this majority does not mean a majority in share or voting rights.
It precisely means that. Majority of shares held by american investors :enjoy:

Hopefully in India you guys have basic knowledge of the math I just presented ... I can assure you it is not very difficult :enjoy: .
You presented? It was there in the article all the time.
 
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Awww... didn't Chinese also use similar underhanded tactics in Chinese market?
What a hurt. What a sore loser. :enjoy: Cya!
Don't just FART out through your mouth without any basis or cite an example.
More likely is Indians are envious of the Chinese, more SOUR GRAPES for you, the REAL LOSER.

The Chinese overcame extra stringent conditions imposed on it to become the 2nd biggest economy.
What underhanded tactics, maybe Indians are experts at UNDERHANDED TACTICS like your DADDY the United Snakes of America?

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These changes were difficult steps for China and conflicted with its prior economic strategy. Accession meant that China would engage in global competition according to rules that it did not make. China's admission was "an enormous multilateral achievement" that marked a clear commitment towards multilateralism.[7]

When China joined the WTO, it agreed to considerably harsher conditions than other developing countries.[8][9] After China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO), its service sector was considerably liberalized and foreign investment was allowed; its restrictions on retail, wholesale and distribution ended.[10] Banking, financial services, insurance and telecommunications in China were also opened up to foreign investment.[11] Furthermore, China had to deal with certain concerns linked to transparency and intellectual property that the accession to WTO underlined.
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