India bans 43 more apps, most from China

[Global Web Reporter Hou Jiaxin]According to Reuters, on November 24, local time, India issued a ban on 43 applications, including AliExpress (AliExpress), which is owned by Alibaba Group. Reuters said this is a new round of cyber sanctions against China.

India’s Ministry of Science and Technology said in a statement that most of the 43 apps were from China, including some dating apps, which it claimed threatened “India’s sovereignty and integrity.”

According to Reuters, India has previously issued a ban on more than 170 apps, saying they collect and share user data and may pose a threat to the country.

In response to India’s frequent violations of market rules and a series of discriminatory and unreasonable policies to restrict Chinese companies, Chinese Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng responded a few days ago that India abused the concept of “national security” and adopted discriminatory measures against Chinese companies. Restrictive measures violate relevant WTO rules. The Chinese government has always required Chinese overseas enterprises to abide by international rules and operate in compliance with laws and regulations. The relevant actions of the Indian side not only harm the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese investors and service providers, but also harm the interests of Indian consumers and the investment environment of India as an open economy. China urges India to correct its wrongdoing. China-India economic and trade cooperation is mutually beneficial and win-win. It is hoped that the Indian side and the Chinese side will jointly maintain the hard-won situation of cooperation and development, and create an open, fair and just business environment for international investors and service providers including Chinese enterprises.

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