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He adds that beyond deepening the trend of increased polarization between the U.S. and China, the TikTok saga will also "further embolden the Chinese government's techno-nationalist push with expanded state support for its tech sector."
Hu Xijin, the editor-in-chief of the Global Times, further criticized the potential sale as an "open robbery," adding that "President Trump is turning the once great America into a rogue country."
Another state-backed publication, China Daily, criticized Trump's comments as being "tantamount to inviting potential U.S. purchasers to participate in an officially sanctioned 'steal' of Chinese technology."
The newspaper branded the move as a planned "smash and grab," while also suggesting that China could retaliate and will by "no means accept the 'theft' of a Chinese technology company" lying down.
He also mentioned that a deal would be easier if Microsoft were to purchase the Chinese-owned app in its entirety, a day after the company confirmed that it was looking at buying TikTok's operations in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
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