China denounces India’s 'discriminatory' app ban
Thursday, 3 September 2020
China on Thursday decried a fresh ban by India on scores of Chinese apps - including the hit game PUBG - as a bitter border showdown seeped out into the tech sphere. Internet giant Tencent is among the Chinese makers of 118 more apps to be targeted in the latest Indian ban, which follows a rumbling territorial dispute along a disputed Himalayan frontier. At least 20 Indian soldiers...
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