Via China Daily

A vendor poses in front of his stall with a T-shirt bearing the logo of the video-sharing application TikTok in New Delhi on Tuesday. The Indian government announced a decision on Monday to block 59 Chinese apps citing “sovereignty and integrity” concerns. [Photo/Agencies]

China has not taken any restrictive or discriminatory measures against Indian products and services, said Commerce Ministry spokesperson Gao Feng at a press briefing on Thursday.

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