Tiktok has selected a bidder for its U.S., New Zealand and Australian businesses, with a deal likely to be announced as soon as Tuesday, people familiar with the matter said today. At present, Microsoft (united with Wal Mart) and Oracle are the two big competitors for the deal. As the media reported last week, the sale price is expected to be between $20 billion and $30 billion. On Friday, it was reported that tiktok was close to reaching a sale agreement, but whether the buyer was Microsoft or oracle was not determined, and negotiations were still in progress. < / P > < p > people familiar with the matter also said at the time that tiktok would announce the deal as soon as next week (this week), possibly in the range of $20 billion to $30 billion. Wal Mart confirmed on Friday that it was in a joint bid with Microsoft for tiktok. Wal Mart believes that cooperation with Microsoft can not only meet the expectations of tiktok users in the United States, but also address the concerns of the U.S. government regulators. As for Oracle, people familiar with the matter said Oracle’s proposal includes $10 billion in cash and $10 billion in Oracle stock. In addition, in the first two years of the deal, Oracle will return 50% of tiktok’s annual profit to tiktok’s parent company, byte hopping. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen