Trump signs order banning transactions with eight Chinese apps

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U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order banning transactions using eight Chinese apps. The White House said the platforms covered include Alipay and WeChat Wallet. The move aims to protect Americans from the perceived threat from Chinese apps gaining large user bases and accessing sensitive data, as it claims. But analysts say any new U.S. bans could face court challenges similar to those over attempts to block WeChat and TikTok.

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