Since June this year, India‘s restrictions on Chinese enterprises have emerged in an endless stream, issuing a series of bans on tiktok, wechat, microblog and other Chinese applications. India banned another 43 applications, most of them from China, according to an order issued by the Indian government on Tuesday.
It is understood that the banned procedures include Alibaba sellers, global express, etc. So far, the total number of Chinese applications banned by the Indian government has reached 220. The Ministry of electronics and information technology of India said: “these applications are prohibited because these procedures undermine India’s sovereignty and integrity and disrupt India’s national security and public order.”
On June 30, the Indian government announced a ban on 59 Chinese applications, including tiktok, UC browser, microblog, wechat and other mainstream applications. Then, in September, the ban was extended to 118 applications, including Baidu, Alipay and others.
With a new ban issued by the Indian government on Tuesday, the total number of applications banned in China has reached 220. Mobile applications that have been blocked include alisuppliers, Alibaba workbench, aliexpress and Alipay cashier.
The following are all applications included in this round of bans: