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1.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

Trump Bans Alipay and 7 Other Chinese Apps The White House took a surprise parting shot at China on Tuesday by banning the popular Chinese payment service and other applications.

2.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday effectively banning Ant Group’s Alipay, WeChat Pay, Tencent QQ and other popular Chinese apps in the U.S., ratcheting up tensions with …

3.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

Trump Moves to Ban Ant Group’s AliPay and Other China-Based Apps. Author: … to force the sale of TikTok from China’s ByteDance and ban the WeChat messaging app. … Trump’s Order to Ban App …

4.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

As noted above, the executive order bans Alipay, a payments application from Ant Group with more than a billion users. It also bans three applications from Tencent, which includes WeChat Pay …

5.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

Trump bans Chinese apps, including Alipay and WeChat Pay, with lame-duck executive order Business & Technology In an executive order that only takes effect after his scheduled departure from the White House, Donald Trump banned eight Chinese apps on national security grounds.

6.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order banning transactions with eight Chinese software apps, including popular payment apps Alipay and WeChat Pay, over privacy concerns. READ MORE: US firms fear losing out with app bans. The other apps are CamScanner, QQ Wallet, SHAREit, Tencent QQ, VMate, WeChat Pay, and WPS Office.

7.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

President Trump Said The Apps Can Access Private Information From Their Users, Which Could Be Used By The Chinese Government.

8.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

Trump Issues New Ban on Alipay and Other Chinese Apps President said the apps can access private information from their users, which could be used by the Chinese government

9.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday banning the Alipay payment platform and seven other apps with links to the Chinese, saying the apps can access private information …

10.Trump bans Alipay, other China apps

President Donald Trump signed an order banning U.S. transactions with eight Chinese apps including Ant Group Co.’s Alipay and Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s digital wallets, riling Beijing days before he’s slated to leave office. The order is the outgoing administration’s latest bid to use national …

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1.Trump Moves to Ban Ant Group’s AliPay and Other China-Based Apps

President Trump signs executive order banning eight Chinese payment transaction apps, including Ant Group’s AliPay and Tencent’s WeChat days before leaving office.

Published Date: 2021-01-06T19:50:00.0000000Z

2.Trump Bans Alipay and 7 Other Chinese Apps

The White House took a surprise parting shot at China on Tuesday by banning the popular Chinese payment service and other applications.

Published Date: 2021-01-05T23:43:00.0000000Z

1  Trump orders ban on Chinese apps’ transactions
US President Donald Trump on Tuesday (Jan 5) signed an executive order banning transactions with eight Chinese software applications, including WeChat Pay and Alipay. WATCH MORE: https://thestartv.com/c/news SUBSCRIBE: https://cutt.ly/TheStar LIKE: https://fb.com/TheStarOnline
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2.WeChat

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3.Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in February 2020

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