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India bans 118 more Chinese apps amid rising border tensions

India bans 118 more Chinese apps amid rising border tensions

India has banned another 118 Chinese apps, including the popular mobile game PUBG. This comes amid a bitter face-off between the armies of the two countries at the northern borders in Ladakh. In June, a fatal skirmish between the two sides left 20 Indian and an unknown number of Chinese soldiers dead. India had already banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok.

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John 3 weeks

Good Job India well done, this should be an example for other countries on how to fight off and prevent intrusion into your countries and economies by chinese made electronic and surveillance techniques. In the history of humanity---you may have not seen such an insolent, ungrateful culture as represented by the CCP/chinese communist ruling--they stole everything from western countries and now using those technologies to steal and disrupt economies around the world to increase their influence.

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