ByteDance recently announced laying off its employees in India after the government made the ban on TikTok permanent.
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Bolo Indya said it would ramp up its team by recruiting people hit by the ban on the Chinese apps.
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ByteDance shared the news with employees in India at 10AM today and informed them that only critical roles would be retained in the country.
YouTube also plans to expand its TikTok-rival Shorts in more countries this year.
TikTok and 58 other Chinese apps were banned in India last year in June.
TikTok has come under increased scrutiny by European Union regulators over data on children.
The company plans to beef up its personalisation and recommendation engines as well as Bolo Meets offering.
The Trump administration’s attempt to reinstate US restrictions on the Chinese-owned WeChat app was met with skepticism by a judicial panel