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Trump says Oracle ‘very close’ to TikTok deal

By AFP
16 September 2020   |   2:42 pm
Silicon Valley tech giant Oracle is "very close" to sealing a deal to become the US partner to Chinese-owned video app TikTok to avert a ban in the United States, President Donald Trump says.

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