Indias Economic Times quoted India Asia News Agency as saying in its letter that Chinese Huawei and ZTE should be prohibited from participating in Indias 5g network deployment. In addition, in the process of 5g network deployment, any (Indian) company should also be urged to ban Huawei and ZTEs technologies and equipment.
The group also cited the UKs ban on Huaweis equipment and said the move would play a crucial role in India.
The report said that at present, a government team has been studying whether to allow the two Chinese enterprises to participate in the deployment of 5g network in India. And according to people familiar with the matter, the panel recommends that the two Chinese companies not be allowed to participate in the deployment.
A number of Indian media, including Indias national Herald, said that from retail to science and technology, the trade group has been at the forefront of protests in the process of opposing Chinese enterprises participation in the Indian market in any form.
CAIT, which represents about 70 million traders, also asked the Indian government and local state governments to support boycott of Chinese goods and cancel government contracts for Chinese enterprises, Reuters reported. However, foreign media have noticed that China is Indias second largest trading partner.
Since the border conflict between China and India, India has been cracking down on Chinese enterprises. In June, the Indian government also claimed that 59 Chinese apps, including tiktok, wechat and Weibo, were banned for security reasons, believing that the activities of these apps would damage Indias sovereignty, national defense, national security and public order. However, after citing the so-called security as a reason for great concern, some Indian media began to focus on the adverse effects of this move: the Indian Express said that this may cause Indians who are engaged in creation and work on these platforms to lose their source of income and work; Indias New Delhi television also said that the ban would give some celebrities such as tiktok platform accounts And government agencies are in shadow.
In response to Indias move, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on June 30 that the Chinese government has always required Chinese enterprises to carry out foreign cooperation on the basis of complying with international rules and local laws and regulations. The Indian government is responsible for safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of international investors, including Chinese Enterprises, in accordance with market principles. The cooperation between China and India in the practical field is mutually beneficial and win-win. This kind of cooperation pattern is artificially damaged, which is not in line with Indias own interests.
Source: global network editor: Qiao JunJing_ NBJ11279