[global network comprehensive report] at a time when the U.S. government is constantly threatening to crack down on Chinese enterprises, a number of people familiar with the situation have just been quoted as saying by the trump government that American companies can continue to use wechat in China. The U.S. government is still studying how to ban Tencent’s app and whether to allow the app to be downloaded from apple and Google’s global app stores outside the U.S., according to the U.S. government. Two people familiar with the matter said the move was aimed at banning downloading or updating wechat apps in the U.S. app store, according to two people familiar with the matter. U.S. companies with operations in China, such as Starbucks, can still use the app to promote and process transactions with Chinese consumers, they said. “We’re talking to everyone who wants to hear us,” said Craig Allen, chairman of the U.S. – China Trade Council The group includes Wal Mart and general motors, the agency said. < / P > < p > on June 6, US President trump signed two executive orders, announcing that in 45 days, any US individuals and enterprises will be prohibited from carrying out any transactions with the byte skipping of tiktok parent company, and any wechat related transactions between American individuals and enterprises and Tencent will be prohibited. In response to a regular press conference held by the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on July 7, Wang Wenbin, a spokesman for the Ministry of foreign affairs of the people’s Republic of China, said in response to relevant questions that the enterprises concerned carry out business activities in the United States in accordance with market principles and international rules and abide by the laws and regulations of the United States. Under the pretext of national security, the United States frequently uses national strength to suppress non US enterprises without reason. This is a naked act of bullying, which China firmly opposes. We have also noted that many people in the United States and many people in the international community have recently criticized and questioned the relevant practices of the United States. Wang Wenbin said, “if you win justice, you will get more help, but if you do not, you will not be able to help.”. The U.S. side does not hesitate to damage the rights and interests of American users and companies, puts its own private interests above market principles and international rules, and wantonly carries out political manipulation and political repression. In return, it can only get its own moral decline, national image damage and International Trust deficit, and will eventually eat its own fruit. We urge the US side to listen carefully to the rational voice of the United States and the international community, correct its wrong practices, refrain from politicizing economic issues, stop suppressing relevant enterprises, and provide a fair, just and non discriminatory environment for the normal operation and investment of enterprises in various countries.