Judge of Pennsylvania ruled to prevent the US Department of Commerces injunction against TikTok
Nov 2nd at the regular press conference of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a reporter asked: According to reports, on October 30, the Pennsylvania district judge ruled that the ban on TikTok by the US Department of Commerce will take effect on November 12.
what opinions do the Chinese have on this issue?
Spokesperson Wang Wenbin said that I have noticed relevant reports that China has consistently opposed the US’s generalization of national security concepts and abuse of national interests to unreasonably suppress bullying by foreign companies.
Wang Wenbin pointed out that we have also noticed that the relevant judges mentioned that the government’s own description of the threat to national security caused by the Tik Tok application is hypothetical.
We hope that the US will truly respect the principles of market economy and fair competition, abide by international economic and trade rules
and provide an open, fair, just, and non-discriminatory business environment for companies from all countries to operate in the United States.