Chinese / Clean Network / Department / Keith Krach / Secretary Economic Growth / Energy / Environment

India has already banned 100 plus Chinese apps. We call on all freedom-loving nations & companies to join The Clean Network: US State Department quoting Keith Krach, US Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment

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