US video-sharing app Triller believes China's new export rules strengthen its $20 billion bid to acquire TikTok's US business from Chinese parent ByteDance. One source involved in the discussions told Business Insider that China's new rules favor Triller because the company could take on TikTok's branding while still using its own code. The source said ByteDance CEO Zhang Yiming is considering selling TikTok's US operation to Triller. A representative for ByteDance denied talks with Triller had taken place: 'We have had no conversations with them and will not have any in the future.' Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. China's new export rules could favor US video-sharing app... Read MoreThe post Video app Triller sees China's new export rules as favorable to its billion bid for TikTok first appeared on Usa science news.