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Jun 30, 2022 07:30 AM
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Boss Zhipin, Full Truck Alliance Resume New User Registrations

Boss Zhipin’s quarterly growth slowed to 44.3% in the second quarter of 2022 from 174% a year ago.
Boss Zhipin’s quarterly growth slowed to 44.3% in the second quarter of 2022 from 174% a year ago.

Chinese online recruitment platform Boss Zhipin and truck-booking provider Full Truck Alliance Co. resumed new user registrations for their mobile applications in another signal that China is wrapping up its sweeping crackdown on internet platforms.

The companies reported the end Wednesday of their nearly one-year suspension for cybersecurity reviews. Boss Zhipin and Full Truck Alliance were placed under review alongside ride-hailing giant Didi Global in July 2021. That led to the suspension on their access to new users and unleashed a regulatory storm sweeping China’s tech sector.

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