On August 12, according to the Indian media economic times, byte hopping has frozen recruitment in India and reassigned some senior local managers. Some employees want to leave the Chinese company because they are concerned about the possible negative impact of working for a Chinese company after the Sino Indian border conflict, according to the report. < p > < p > byte skipping has about 2000 employees in India. At present, byte skipping is discussing with Microsoft and twitter about selling business in tiktok USA. during this period, byte skipping seems to want to retain these employees in India. According to people familiar with the matter, byte jump has not officially laid off employees in India, and the company stressed to employees through internal communication that the situation was stable. < / P > < p > at the end of June, the Indian government announced that 59 Chinese applications were banned for “security” reasons, with byte skipping tiktok and helo listed. The former is byte hop’s short video platform focusing on overseas markets, while the latter is the Indian Head social media platform launched by byte hop. < / P > < p > in April 2019, byte hopping announced that it would invest US $1 billion in the Indian market in the next three years. In July of the same year, byte skipping announced that it would establish a data center in India to store Indian user data locally. Previously, in order to comply with Indian law, Indian users’ data were stored in industry-leading third-party data centers such as the United States and Singapore. Public information shows that byte hopping has employed more than 2000 local full-time employees in India. According to sensor tower, a mobile application analysis company, tiktok had 112 million downloads in May this year, 20% of which came from India, double the U.S. market. < / P > < p > after the product was banned in India, a person familiar with the matter disclosed that in the past few years, byte hop’s investment in India exceeded US $1 billion, and now almost all of its products have failed in the Indian market, resulting in a loss of more than $6 billion. He said the amount is likely to exceed the total losses of all other banned companies.