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    ByteDance clarified on Monday it would still hold a majority stake in short video app TikTok and keep indigenous technologies, such as algorithms, amid speculation on the company's fate in the light of a multiparty settlement in the United States.The company said that it plans to carry out a small round of pre-initial public offering financing that will give ByteDance an 80 percent stake in TikTok Global, a newly established company following the proposed deal with U.S. partners Walmart and Oracle.The board of TikTok Global would include ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming and the existing board of directors, as well as the CEO of Walmart.ByteDance added that seeking a public listing in the U.S. should serve to "further enhance corporate governance and transparency".The announcement was made to dispel rumors that TikTok Global would have U.S. investors as its main stakeholders and that ByteDance was losing control of the popular social media app.At the same time, ByteDance insisted it would not be handing over TikTok's algorithms or technologies to Oracle, which could act as the "trusted technology partner "under a proposed deal.Instead, the U.S. database firm will gain the authority to perform security checks on "TikTok's U.S. source codes"."Displaying the source code is a common solution for multinational corporations facing local data security concerns," ByteDance said.It highlighted the universality of the practice by likening the decision with Microsoft's Transparency Center in China established in 2016, and a similar technical verification center set up last year by Cisco in Bonn, Germany.In response to media reports that TikTok is setting up a $5 billion education fund in the U.S., ByteDance said it was not aware of such a plan but is consistently devoted to education, including working with its "partners and shareholders" to design online classes powered by artificial intelligence and videos.The deal originated from a U.S. presidential order to ditch Chinese ownership of the popular app, which has 100 million users in the U.S., or it would risk facing a total ban. ByteDance has repeatedly denied allegations over personal data concerns.A tentative arrangement involving Oracle and Walmart was quickly followed by a U.S. Commerce Department announcement of a one-week delay, until Sunday, on enforcing a U.S. ban on TikTok app downloads."While much awaits clarification, it's too soon to expect to see what final arrangements the parties will likely agree on," said Shen Yi, a professor and director of the Research Institution of Global Cyberspace Governance at Fudan University in Shanghai.Should the White House approve the deal, he said, the settlement could be seen as a pullback from the U.S. president's executive order issued in August requiring either a total sale or a total ban."The current architecture may achieve a delicate balance among all parties-TikTok retaining control, the appeasement of the White House's security concerns and protecting the interests of U.S. investors," he said.ByteDance clarified on Monday it would still hold a majority stake in short video app TikTok and keep indigenous technologies, such as algorithms, amid speculation on the company's fate in the light of a multiparty settlement in the United States.The company said that it plans to carry out a small round of pre-initial public offering financing that will give ByteDance an 80 percent stake in TikTok

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The final assembly line of the Airbus A320 in Tianjin. [Photo/Xinhua]China is the first major market where Airbus SE, the European plane maker, has seen a recovery in demand since the novel coronavirus epidemic, according to a top company official."We plan to deliver 100 aircraft to Chinese carriers this year and hope that the volume will account for 20 percent of our shipments globally," George Xu, CEO of Airbus China, said in an interview with China Daily."China will become a very important strategic market for Airbus," Xu said.China received only 14 aircraft from Airbus during the first six months of the year. But in July and August, another 14 aircraft were received by China, marking a significant improvement in the pace of recovery. Due to the novel coronavirus epidemic, most of the carriers had faced difficulties in aircraft deliveries. In 2019, China received 173 aircraft from Airbus."The next few months will be a challenging time for Airbus as it races to meet the delivery goals in China and the Tianjin plant will work at full capacity to meet the requirements," he said.The Tianjin facility, which has been in operation for more than a decade, serves as the first final assembly line of Airbus for single-aisle aircraft and the first completion center for widebody aircraft outside Europe.Lin Zhijie, an aviation industry analyst and a columnist with Carnoc, a leading civil aviation website, said that given the current situation, the China market is more important to Airbus, and there is more room for growth. "The epidemic is basically getting under control in China and the Tianjin facility has fully resumed production. Aircraft deliveries to China will return to a regular level gradually," he said."The overseas air travel market has recovered to only 40 percent to 50 percent of the pre-pandemic level, and there is still a long way to go. Besides, the grounding of Boeing B737 MAX aircraft and the uncertainties over Sino-US relations could be an unprecedented growth opportunity for Airbus. And Airbus could even gain an overwhelming advantage if it seizes the chance," Lin said.Xu from Airbus said despite the epidemic, the supply chain must not be disrupted. It has been in close touch with the supply chain in China to ensure a smooth adaptation, and the local government of Tianjin has supported the same. The Airbus facilities in Tianjin were one of the branches that recovered the fastest and the earliest."China plays an important role in Airbus' supply chain and is a critical force of scientific innovation. There are many competitive Chinese enterprises in the field of artificial intelligence and digitization. Airbus hopes to cooperate with them," he said.China's domestic air travel market is steadily picking up. Since August, the number of scheduled flights in the domestic market exceeded 13,300 daily, and the number of available seats exceeded 2.2 million daily, both numbers reaching nearly 80 percent of the levels recorded last year, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China.Separately, Airbus has seen a growing demand in the air cargo market. It is frequently communicating with freight transport companies in China, and discussing what kind of aircraft can meet their demand in terms of performance, efficiency and costs, Xu said.Air cargo is playing an increasingly important role in the fight against COVID-19, as a substantial number of passenger aircraft have been grounded. Eastern Air Logistics Co, the freight unit of Shanghai-based China Eastern Airlines, has converted more than 10 widebody passenger aircraft into cargo carriers.As an important player in the aviation industry chain, Airbus has also been hit hard by the pandemic. The company has taken various measures to survive, including striving for credit support of 15 billion euros ($17.8 billion) and slowing down aircraft deliveries.It is also planning to lay off 15,000 people globally and has canceled some less important investment projects to ensure that the cash flow will support smooth production. So far this year, Airbus has received confirmed orders of more than 300 aircraft globally. Last year, it received 768 confirmed orders globally.The final assembly line of the Airbus A320 in Tianjin. [Photo/Xinhua]China is the first major market where Airbus SE, the European plane maker, has seen a recovery in demand since the novel coronavirus epidemic, according to a top company official."We plan to deliver 100 aircraft to Chinese carriers this year and hope that the volume will account for 20 percent of our shipments globally," George X如下图

  art on a commercial partnership, the statement said.TikTok also said both companies will take part in the pre-IPO financing round for its new U.S.-headquartered company and take up to a 20 percent cumulative stake in the company.Shortly after TikTok confirmed the deal, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced an order to delay TikTok's U.S. app store ban by a week until September 27.The order sai

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a Hainan Airlines charter flight from Chongqing to Manchester, England, at 1 am on Monday to resume their overseas schooling, which had been disrupted by the coronavirus.It was the first charter flight operated by a Chinese airline to carry Chinese students back to schools in a foreign country.Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport and Hainan Airlines made special transfer arrangements for the如下图

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