Tencent: will contact Indian regulatory authorities to ensure that wechat and other applications continue to be available

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Tencent said on Thursday it would contact Indian regulators to ensure that several of its apps remain available in the Indian market.
India’s Ministry of electronics and information technology (meit) announced on September 2 that 118 applications from China were banned, including “chicken eating” mobile game pubg mobile Lite, wechat work, wechat reading and Baidu.
In response, Tencent said today that in response, the company will take user privacy and data protection seriously. In addition, Tencent said it would contact Indian regulators to ensure that its multiple applications continue to be available in the Indian market.
Prior to this, China’s Ministry of Commerce has responded, saying that India’s relevant practices not only damage the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese investors and service providers, but also harm the interests of Indian consumers and the investment environment of India as an open economy. At the same time, China’s Ministry of commerce also urged India to correct its mistakes.