The official ban, therefore, reflects the inability of both the government and the app developers to arrive at a common meeting ground, as the government was not satisfied by the app companies' responses with regards to how these apps collect data and disseminate such even outside the sub-continent.
"While we don" t know when we will make a comeback in India, we are confident in our resilience, and desire to do so in times to come", the email said.
The job cuts follow India's decision to retain its ban on TikTok and 58 other Chinese apps. "Hence, the ban for these 59 apps is permanent now", Livemint newspaper quoted a source familiar with the notices, which were issued last week.
In a statement, the company said it was disappointing that despite its efforts, it had not received a clear direction on how and when its apps could be reinstated. "The Indian government has the responsibility to follow WTO rules and market principles and protect the legitimate rights and interests of global investors including Chinese companies". "Ensuring the privacy and security of all our users remains to be our topmost priority".Читайте также: Manchester City Thrash West Bromwich to Go Top of Premier League Table
We have worked steadfastly to comply with the Government of India order issued on June 29, 2020. They said that for now, India would continue to prohibit the listed 59 apps to protect the nation's national security and sovereignty.
"These moves [are] in violation of WTO's non-discriminatory principles and fair competition principles of a market economy and severely damage the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies", said Ji Rong, a spokesperson for the Embassy.
Meanwhile, the ninth round of China-India Corps Commander Level Meeting was held on the Chinese side of the Moldo-Chushul border meeting point on Sunday, a joint press release said. China-India economic and trade cooperation is mutually beneficial by nature. Games such as PUBG Mobile, Clash of Kings, Mobile Legends were also banned besides social media apps.
In June past year, India banned 59 Chinese mobile applications including the widely-used social media platforms such as TikTok, WeChat, and Helo keeping in view the threat to the nation's sovereignty and security.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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