According to the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Geng Shuang, spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, presided over a regular press conference on May 10.
Reporter: Yesterday, the U.S. regulatory authorities rejected China Mobiles application for business development in the U.S. and said it was based on national security considerations. Has China lodged a protest with the United States?
Geng Shuang: We have noticed relevant reports. The Chinese government has always required Chinese enterprises to carry out foreign economic cooperation on the basis of abiding by international rules and market rules, and at the same time, it also requires them to abide by local laws and regulations.
As for the specific case you just mentioned, I would like to say that we urge the US side to abide by the principles of market economy, stop the wrong practice of generalizing national security, stop the unreasonable suppression of Chinese enterprises, and provide a fair, just and non-discriminatory environment for Chinese enterprises to invest and operate in the United States.
Source: Qiao Junyi_NBJ11279, responsible editor of Beijing News