China: Airlines must not list Taiwan as a country

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Arne Sorenson, said in a statement the company "respects and supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of China". China deems them inseparable parts of the nation.

On Saturday the Chinese authority ordered all worldwide airlines operating routes to China to immediately check if their websites refer to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau as countries.

The move comes after the Civil Aviation Authority of China demanded a correction and an apology from Delta Air Lines of the United States for its website listing Taiwan and Tibet as countries.

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Marriott, Delta, Zara and Medtronic have all apologised.

"We welcome foreign enterprises to do business in China".

The crackdown was accompanied by an outcry online in China over the perceived slights, and efforts to unearth other infractions.

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Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and Tibet are all parts of China, which is not only a basic fact, but also the consensus of the worldwide community, spokesperson Lu Kang said at a daily press briefing.

The mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party, the People's Daily newspaper, said in an editorial "the essence of the problem is the "political arrogance" of foreign companies unafraid to hurt the feelings of people from other countries".

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