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Why India can’t put a ban on Chinese Products?

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Would Boycotting Chinese products be feasible for India?

It does not seem economically feasible for the country to boycott China.

India is mainly dependent on China for its investments. 

Boycotting Chinese applications and trades will affect India. India is mainly dependent on investments from China. China’s investments in India’s technology start-ups were over 8 billion dollars over the last five years. India is heavily reliant on China for pharmaceuticals and electronics. 

Boycotting Chinese Products 

Many Indian start-ups have a Chinese investor. Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) requests the citizens of India to boycott the Chinese products and the apps because the products made in India can easily replace these Chinese products as they are of good quality. 

It will affect the economy and jobs in the country. An educational reformer who was once an engineer asked the people to boycott all the Chinese products. It will liberate 1.4 billion bonded laborers and the state and stop Beijing’s bullying in Ladakh. 

Praveen Khandelwal, the Secretary-General of CAIT, also said that it would educate the traders across the country to stop importing as well as selling these products, and many other products will be added to the list. The trend of Boycotting Chinese Apps has continued to rage as a form of protest.

The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps, including Tik-Tok, Shein, UC Browser, Share-it, etc. Banning on the applications have made a severe effect on the mind of the people. A girl committed suicide because Tik-Tok got banned. Many people who used to earn through this app have lost their living. 

China is the leading investor in Indian business start-ups.

The only mistake our country is making is when it comes to the investments in the start-up; they only pay for the lip service to the start-up ecosystem. A majority of it has come from foreign funding historically. It isn’t easy to compete in raising money in any business, not only in India but also on a global stage.

There are also concerns around national cybersecurity due to the proximity of large Chinese tech companies to the Communist Party of China. It was reported that Chinese companies are invading the privacy of the Indian false, and they are misusing the information. The values that underlie state policy are of centralizing control and viewing the internet as an extension of the political project of the state. 

Through product features and operational practices that can help grow the market for technology innovation within and beyond India to complete effectively global email on the methods of successful universal forms, but have to focus on the needs and the values of their local users.

It needs to be acknowledged that China’s exports to India account for only 2% of its total exports, so even if Indians boycott all the goods imported from China, it will not make a significant impact on China. We introduce a massive range of products from China. 

“If we can’t import crucial intermediate goods from China, we’ll be paralyzed,” most consumer electronics makers stated. They stated so because we don’t have enough resource power to manufacture all the products in India. 

Vocal for Local 

“It’s becoming a nationalist issue post the ‘Vocal for Local’ call given by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 12. Most Indian online buyers are more interested in price, delivery date, ratings, and reviews, than the ‘country of origin’ information about the products they are looking to purchase, according to a survey, “what all information do customers generally look at when buying a product from an e-commerce platform?”.

“The prime importance to all e-commerce customers is Price and delivery date.” Local Circles said.

People rarely give a thought as to where the product was made.  

If we fund sufficiently, support, and trust local governments and be openly observing the knowledge and products that others produce better than us, we can create a society where not just a few, everyone matters. If we insist that everything can be “made in India” and close the borders because a crisis sealed them temporarily, we open ourselves to mediocrity and isolation, continued mass poverty, and greater vulnerability to future pandemics. We can refocus on the right local if only we could agree on the vision.

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