India announced the ban on 118 Chinese apps including PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, WeChat, Baidu and Taobao
World Wide Web reported that, citing AFP news, the Indian government announced the ban on 118 Chinese apps.
According to the ANI News Network in India, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEIT) of India issued an announcement on September 2 stating that 118 items were banned “suspected of participating in activities that endanger Indian sovereignty and (territorial) integrity, Indian defense, national security and public order” China App, including PUBG MOBILE LITE, WeChat Work, WeChat reading, Tencent weiyun, business card recognition software “CamCard” (CamCard) ), Baidu (Baidu), photo editing software “Cut Cut”, video application “VooV”, Sina news (sina news), mobile Taobao (mobile taobao), Youku (youku), etc.
Naijatechnews previously reported that on June 29 this year, the Indian government announced the ban on 59 Chinese apps , including Tiktok, WeChat, QQ, and Weibo, and announced the ban on 47 Chinese apps again a month later. So far, the Indian government has banned 224 Chinese apps.
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