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Chinese apps following a border clash with China has possibly derailed a $1 billion India expansion plan of China’s ByteDance, while also sparking an uproar from users of its popular TikTok video app. TikTok was removed from Google and Apple app stores in the country after the Centre said on Monday night that it was among the 59 apps which it believed posed a “threat to sovereignty and integrity”. The government order didn’t name China, or cite the border clashes.
App analytics firm Sensor Tower said all the 59 apps named were of Chinese origin, including Tencent’s WeChat and Alibaba’s UC Browser. “If this is not rolled back, these companies would be constrained to cut back their operations in India, potentially resulting in a loss of employment,” said a lawyer who advises a Chinese company whose app has been banned.