[TikTok U.S. shutdown ban has been suspended, and forced sale ban has been extended for 15 days] According to foreign media reports, the Trump administration gave ByteDance another 15 days to resolve its national security concerns before requiring TikTok to be sold. On November 13, local time, TikTok stated in a court document that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) approved it to extend the ban that was originally scheduled to take effect on Thursday (November 12) to November 27 to reach a settlement. Program. TikTok declined to comment on this document.
[TikTok美国停产禁令已暂停，强迫销售禁令已延长15天]据国外媒体im体育软件报道，特朗普政府又给ByteDance 15天以解决其对国家安全的担忧，然后才要求出售TikTok。当地时间11月13日，TikTok在一份法院文件中表示，美国外国投资委员会（CFIUS）批准将原定于周四IM体育最新版下载（11月12日）生效的禁令延长至11月27日，解决。程序。 TikTok拒绝对此文件发表评论。
The report mentioned that TikTok challenged the November 12 deadline in a Washington court this week. When TikTok filed the indictment on Tuesday, the US government has not responded to its recent efforts to reach a settlement and prevent forced sales. In the past few months, the app has also faced a complete shutdown ban in the United States, which also took effect this Thursday. However, judges in Washington and Pennsylvania have blocked these injunctions. The US Department of Commerce said on Thursday that it will comply with the judge's request, but at the same time it will appeal the judge's decision.