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India bans 54 Chinese applications, then China erupts – Global Times bans 54 Chinese applications blaming India on tlifw

India banned 54 Chinese processors on Monday. Some of these applications are said to have been banned, renamed in India and relaunched in India to send their data to China anonymously. The Global Times, China’s mouthpiece for the Indian government’s ban on the process, said it was politically motivated and that the Indian government had harmed itself by banning the process.

According to the newspaper, India is once again indifferent to the ongoing tensions with China.

Questioning the timing of the processor ban, the Global Times said, “It is noteworthy that the move was announced during the recent visit of the Indian Foreign Minister to Australia to attend the Quad Summit.” It is no secret that the US-led Quad Network targets China in a number of areas, including organization. The United States wants to halt the growth of China in order to maintain its hegemony in the world by risking the security of Chinese technology and technology companies.

The newspaper further writes that the move to ban Chinese processors is purely political and will have the opposite effect on India, not on Chinese companies. By taking such steps, the Indian government is forgetting that its development is not possible without China. The record bilateral trade between the two countries in 2021 is an example of this.

The Global Times writes that if India wants to become a country with a strong economy, it must cooperate with China. India is getting itself in trouble by supporting the US against China.

A spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Commerce also responded

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A spokesman for China’s Ministry of Commerce also responded to India’s ban on these processors. “We hope India will take concrete steps to sustain the strong growth momentum of bilateral economic and trade cooperation,” Chinese Trade Ministry spokesman Gao Feng told a news conference.

Fang said India should treat all foreign investors, including Chinese companies, in a transparent and impartial manner.

The Indian government has banned more than 270 Chinese applications from 2020 on security grounds.