China’s government regulator has reportedly demanded that closure of Apple’s services which include selling ebooks and movies.

China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film, and Television is behind the shutdown, and this is happening just six months after Apple first launched the iBookstore and iTunes Movies in the region.

Last week that iTunes Movies and the iBookstore were inaccessible in China, though Apple Music appears to be running without issue.

China is Apple’s second-biggest market and a major source of growth.