Chinese ministries and state media have implied that Beijing would retaliate if Mr Trump carried out his threats against Tik Tok or WeChat. ↑China trainmakers CSR, CNR in talks to merge: state media, Brenda Goh, Reuters, 28 octobre 2014 ↑ Chinese train makers agree $26bn merger, Tom Mitchell, Financial Times, 30 décembre 2014 ↑ Rail : deux chinois fusionnent, Le Figaro, 30 décembre 2014 Coronavirus: Could the world have been spared? 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Oracle said ByteDance would have “no ownership” in TikTok Global but the Chinese company said it would hold an 80 per cent stake. “It is a risk today and deserves to be addressed today even while other things are being played out,” Daniel Schwei, a US justice department lawyer, told the district court in Washington DC. * * *. State interference threatens China’s control of rare earth production. Tom Mitchell in Singapore. China turns to domestic demand to power economy, State interference threatens China’s control of rare earth production, Beijing and Wall Street deepen ties despite geopolitical rivalry, Chinese economy expands 4.9% in third quarter. TikTok’s lawyers had argued that banning the app now was senseless since the companies were in discussions with the US government to address its national security concerns. Tom Mitchell is the Beijing Bureau Chief at Financial Times. Will Facebook walk away from European market after data protection 'hissy fit'? 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But it extended the deadline after President Donald Trump gave preliminary approval for a deal that would involve ByteDance, the Chinese owner of TikTok, selling a minority ownership stake to US companies Oracle and Walmart. According to three people briefed on the initiative, Chinese Communist Party officials have invited the heads of America's leading financial institutions to attend a "China-U.S. Financial Roundtable" in Beijing on September 16, followed by a meeting with Wang Qishan, vice-president of China. Nous utilisons des cookies dans le but d’améliorer votre navigation. Email Tom Mitchell @tmitchpk (link opens in a new browser window) Add to myFT Digest. Find the best way to get in touch with Tom by joining Muck Rack. News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication. Add this topic to your myFT Digest for news straight to your inbox. 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