Embassy response in Indias ban on 43 Chinese background mobile apps

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 Embassy response in Indias ban on 43 Chinese background mobile apps


Q: on November 24, the Ministry of electronics and information technology of India announced that 43 mobile phone applications with Chinese background, such as global express and pin pin, were banned. What is Chinas comment on this? A: China firmly opposes Indias repeated use of national security as an excuse to ban mobile apps with Chinese background. The Chinese government has always demanded that Chinese enterprises in overseas countries abide by international rules, operate in accordance with legal regulations, and respect public order and good customs. It is hoped that India can provide a fair, just and non discriminatory business environment for market entities of various countries, including China, to invest and operate in India, and correct this discriminatory practice in violation of WTO rules. China and India do not pose a threat to each other and serve as opportunities for each others development. Both sides should, on the basis of dialogue and consultation, return China India Economic and trade relations to the right path of mutual benefit and win-win results for the two peoples. Source: editor in charge of interface news: Chen Hequn_ NB12679

Q: on November 24, the Ministry of electronics and information technology of India announced that 43 mobile phone applications with Chinese background, such as global express and pin pin, were banned. What is Chinas comment on this?

A: China firmly opposes Indias repeated use of national security as an excuse to ban mobile apps with Chinese background. The Chinese government has always demanded that Chinese enterprises in overseas countries abide by international rules, operate in accordance with legal regulations, and respect public order and good customs. It is hoped that India can provide a fair, just and non discriminatory business environment for market entities of various countries, including China, to invest and operate in India, and correct this discriminatory practice in violation of WTO rules. China and India do not pose a threat to each other and serve as opportunities for each others development. Both sides should, on the basis of dialogue and consultation, return China India Economic and trade relations to the right path of mutual benefit and win-win results for the two peoples.