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Jul 01, 2022 08:31 PM
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Tech Insider: Probed Apps Back in Stores, Alibaba Launches Carbon Accounting Tool

The probes of Boss Zhipin and Full Truck Alliance were announced just after the high-profile investigation of Didi, with all three probes citing the same national security reasons.  Photo: VCG
The probes of Boss Zhipin and Full Truck Alliance were announced just after the high-profile investigation of Didi, with all three probes citing the same national security reasons. Photo: VCG

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Boss Zhipin, Full Truck Alliance return to app stores, resume user registrations

Chinese online recruitment platform Boss Zhipin and truck-booking provider Full Truck Alliance Co. said on Wednesday they had been allowed to resume new user registrations for their mobile applications, ending their nearly one-year suspension as part of national security probes that came shortly after they went public in the U.S.

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