Chinese Embassy in India: firmly opposed to India’s ban of Chinese app on the pretext of “national security”


Original title: counsellor Ji Rong, spokesman of the Chinese Embassy in India, answers reporters’ questions on India’s ban on 118 Chinese mobile phone apps
Source: Chinese Embassy in India
Q: on September 2, the Ministry of electronics and information technology of India announced that 118 mobile applications such as Baidu search were banned. What is China’s comment on this?
China is also urged to take measures against the unfair and unfair operation of China’s mobile phone market, including China’s open market.
The Chinese government has always demanded that Chinese enterprises abroad abide by international rules and operate in accordance with legal regulations. Indian practices not only damage the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese investors and service providers, but also harm the interests of Indian consumers and investment environment. Cracking down on closed restrictions is not conducive to a country’s own development. Openness, fairness and transparency are the right way to integrate into global cooperation.
China and India are development opportunities rather than strategic threats to each other. The essence of China India Economic and trade cooperation is mutual benefit and win-win. We hope that India and China will jointly safeguard the hard won situation of cooperation and development and return to the right track of win-win cooperation as soon as possible.