Indias politicians make another bad move: delete the free face mask from Chinese app

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 Indias politicians make another bad move: delete the free face mask from Chinese app


So, some Indian politicians are looking at these mobile devices.

After the country banned 59 Chinese apps, I have launched a campaign to provide free masks in exchange for deleting Chinese apps. Anupama jaiswar, a member of the BJP and former basic education minister of Uttar Pradesh, said on the 2nd.

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Rt said jaiswar did not explain the specific method of this unconventional move and that the Indian people did not know where to go to get the masks they badly needed. Novel coronavirus pneumonia cases were reported in India in July 2nd, and more than 600 thousand cases were confirmed, and nearly 18 thousand died.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Recently, the Indian governments decision to ban the use of 59 Chinese mobile phone apps such as tiktok, wechat and UC browser in the country has aroused continuous discussion. Chinese companies have been stepping up efforts to explore the digital market in India in recent years, the Wall Street Journal said on July 1. Indian media also confirmed that the Indian government suddenly issued the ban, which caught many Indians off guard. Over the past few days, India has repeatedly violated market rules and introduced unreasonable policies to restrict Chinese enterprises. On July 2, Gao Feng, a spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce of China, responded to a series of discriminatory practices recently adopted by India against Chinese enterprises. Gao pointed out that Indias relevant practices violate the relevant WTO rules and Indias commitments in the WTO, and hopes that India will immediately correct relevant discriminatory practices against China and Chinese enterprises. Extended reading of Chinas border defense sources: China and Indias front-line forces disengaged and Chinese and Indian forces disengaged from contact? Experts talk about how to resolve the 5000 meter plateau confrontation, China and India hold the third round of military commander level talks to ease the border situation. Source: global.com Author: Zhu Mengying, editor in charge: Yu changzong_ NBJ11145

Recently, the Indian governments decision to ban the use of 59 Chinese mobile phone apps such as tiktok, wechat and UC browser in the country has aroused continuous discussion. Chinese companies have been stepping up efforts to explore the digital market in India in recent years, the Wall Street Journal said on July 1. Indian media also confirmed that the Indian government suddenly issued the ban, which caught many Indians off guard.

Over the past few days, India has repeatedly violated market rules and introduced unreasonable policies to restrict Chinese enterprises. On July 2, Gao Feng, a spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce of China, responded to a series of discriminatory practices recently adopted by India against Chinese enterprises. Gao pointed out that Indias relevant practices violate the relevant WTO rules and Indias commitments in the WTO, and hopes that India will immediately correct relevant discriminatory practices against China and Chinese enterprises.