On PUBG Ban, China accuses India of ‘aligning with the US’

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Indian government’s action to boycott 118 more Chinese mobile apps including the tremendously famous PUBG seems to have shaken China, with the state-run Global Times calling New Delhi’s decision “self-defeating.”

In a news piece, the state-run media portal said the Indian government was trying to satisfy the United States which has of late embraced a hawkish position towards the Xi Jinping system, particularly in the wake of the Covid pandemic which began in the Asian nation.

“India’s latest move to ban 118 Chinese mobile apps is ‘self-defeating’. Such push for economic decoupling with China is a gesture to please and align with the US strategy, but would only end up further sinking its economy,” the Global Times posted on its Twitter account on Thursday, attributing the remarks to analysts.

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The report named ‘India pushes for decoupling with China’ makes reference to that the choice has come in the midst of the uplifted outskirt pressures. It says the transition to boycott applications “will additionally occupy away Chinese financial specialists in the midst of fraying reciprocal relations”.

The rundown of restricted applications incorporate versatile game application PUBG, just as those from Chinese tech organizations like Baidu, Alibaba and Alibaba’s monetary arm Ant Group.

Gao Feng, representative at China’s Ministry of Commerce, today told a press instructions: “India’s activity not just damages the authentic rights and premiums of Chinese speculators and administrations suppliers yet additionally hurts the premiums of Indian shoppers while doing harms to India’s venture atmosphere as an open economy.”

It isn’t the main advanced strike that India has perpetrated on China since the ejection of the fringe struggle since April-May.

In June this year, India had reported a restriction on 59 Chinese applications, including TikTok and UC Browser. Afterward, the administration hindered a few more Chinese applications which were adequately clones of the at first prohibited 59 applications.

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