6/29/2020

India bans 59 Chinese apps, including Tick Tok, UC Browser

India bans 59 Chinese apps, including Tick Tok, UC Browser



 Not only the countrymen but also the government has turned left against China for brutally beating and martyring 20 Indian soldiers who went to China for peace talks.  The dispute between the two countries is growing day by day after the clash between India and China.  India is also retaliating after China's clash on the border.  At the same time, a war has started between the two countries.  Now in the same order, India has banned 59 Chinese apps.

 59 Chinese apps have been banned, including UC Browser, the most popular Chinese app in India, Tick Talk.

 List of 59 banned Chinese apps

 Earlier, the government had imposed a strict ban on rubber tires imported into India.

 This will affect tires coming to India from 20 countries, including tires coming from Thailand and China, including tires coming from Thailand and China.  Licenses will be mandatory for importers under the ban.  Tires cannot be brought without it.

 Notably, India imports more from China and exports less.  India had a trade deficit of 53 53.56 billion with China in 2018-19.  In such a scenario, if India continues to ban imports from China, China itself will suffer more.

 Both India and China are dependent on each other

 China accounted for 5 per cent of India's total exports and 14 per cent of total imports in 2019-20. While India's share in total exports was 3 per cent and India's share in total imports was only 1 per cent. This means that if business relations between India and China are affected, China will lose 3 per cent of its exports and 1 per cent of its imports.  India will lose 5 per cent of its exports and 14 per cent of its imports. India lost Rs 4.1 lakh crore in this business. If India ends its trade with China, China may have to bear the loss. China will not get a market like India to sell its products so fast.

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