TikTok's Chinese version Douyin sued Tencent for monopolistic behaviour
BEIJING (Reuters) – ByteDance’s Chinese short video app Douyin has filed a complaint with a court in Beijing to sue Tencent for monopolistic behaviour and asked for 90 million yuan ($13.94 million) in compensation, ByteDance said on Tuesday.
Tencent restricts users from sharing douyin content on its chat apps which should be prohibited by anti-monopoly law, ByteDance added.
($1 = 6.4561 Chinese yuan renminbi)
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