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China urges India to end trade ‘discrimination’, but holds off retaliation after deadly border clash

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China on Thursday said it had not taken any economic retribution against India following a deadly border clash between the two countries, while signalling it had little intention of engaging in a tit-for-tat trade dispute with its neighbour.India this week banned 59, mostly Chinese mobile apps, amid a wave of calls to boycott Chinese-made products and review Chinese investment.Commerce ministry spokesman Gao Feng said Beijing hoped India would stop targeting Chinese exports to ensure “healthy…

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China on Thursday said it had not taken any economic retribution against India following a deadly border clash between the two countries, while signalling it had little intention of engaging in a tit-for-tat trade dispute with its neighbour.India this week banned 59, mostly Chinese mobile apps, amid a wave of calls to boycott Chinese-made products and review Chinese investment.Commerce ministry spokesman Gao Feng said Beijing hoped India would stop targeting Chinese exports to ensure “healthy…

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