Chinese company ByteDance, which owns Tittock and Hello App, has announced the closure of its business in India. This decision of the company will affect more than 2,000 employees in India. In June 2020, the central government banned 59 apps from China including TicketTock and Hello.
Chinese social media company ByteDance has announced the closure of its business in India. The company, which owns the TicketTalk and Hello apps in India, continues to have restrictions on its services.
TicketTock’s global interim head Vanessa Pappas and global business solutions vice president Blake Chandley told the company’s decision in an email to employees The size of the team is reducing and all the employees of India will be affected by this decision.
There are more than 2000 employees in India
It is a matter of regret that After retaining more than 2,000 of our employees in India for half a year, we now have no choice but to reduce our workforce.
Ban was imposed in June 2020
The spokesperson said that the company is ready to restart Tickcock. The Indian government shut down 59 of China’s apps, including TicTock and Hello, in June 2020.
However, when our apps work,” the email reads No, we cannot discharge the entire responsibility of the employees. We are aware of the impact this decision has on the employees and we have sympathy with our team. “
ByteDance officials said that despite following local rules and regulations on behalf of the company, its app was banned.
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