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Global Times said on Chinese app ban, India may suffer more than Doklam this time.

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Taking a big decision, the central government has banned 59 apps from China. China has been troubled by this case. China, which does not even allow Google and Microsoft to open on its server in their country, is now fueled by a ban on the same Chinese app. The Global Times, called the mouthpiece of China, has warned India about suffering more than Doklam. The Global Times wrote that the ban on the Chinese app is a political move.

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They have openly insulted Chinese companies by tightening their ‘political noses’. India should not underestimate the results of economic war with China. Indian nationalism may suffer more from the Doklam crisis.

Chinese embassy objected

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The Chinese Embassy in India has lodged an objection regarding this. Embassy spokesman Ji Rong said that the Chinese side is seriously concerned and is strongly opposed to such action. He further said that some Chinese apps have been targeted. India’s criteria is selective and discriminatory.

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This step is against proper and transparent procedures. Along with this, it is also a violation of WTO rules. It is also against the general trend of international trade and e-commerce, and is not conducive to consumer interests and market competition in India.

59 Chinese App Ban

In a major setback to China on Monday, the Indian government banned 59 Chinese mobile apps, including UC Browser, TicketLock, Share It. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) said the decision to ban 59 mobile apps is a big support for its ‘boycott of China’s goods’ campaign.

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