According to reports, Tencent said on Thursday (September 3) that it will contact Indian regulators to ensure that its many applications continue to be available in the Indian market.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEIT) of India announced on September 2 stating that 118 applications from China are prohibited, including the “Chicken” mobile game “PUBG MOBILE LITE”, WeChat Work, WeChat Reading ( WeChat reading), and Baidu, etc.
In response, Tencent said today that in response, the company will take the protection of user privacy and data seriously. Also, Tencent stated that it will contact Indian regulatory authorities to ensure that its many applications continue to be available in the Indian market.
Before this, the Ministry of Commerce of China has responded, claiming that the relevant practices of India not only harm the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese investors and service providers but also harm the interests of Indian consumers and the investment environment of India as an open economy. At the same time, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce also urged the Indian side to correct its wrong practices.