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Ban on Chinese apps 'discriminatory', will affect Indian employees and users

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
The Chinese embassy in India on Tuesday termed the Indian government's decision to ban 59 Chinese apps "discriminatory" and added that the ban will have an impact on India-China economy and trade corporation. "We urge the Indian side to change its discriminatory practices, maintain the momentum of China-India economic and trade cooperation," the Chinese embassy said.
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