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I can see a lot of posts on different online platform asking people to boycott chinese products. Here i am going to give you reasons for not doing so. This does not make me any less patriotic and I dont need to prove my patriotism. You can disagree with my points and I am open to discussion.
1) India is an open economy which is based on controlled export and import. We supply what we have better than others and take what is superior elsewhere. Its a give and take relationship which cannot go in one way.
2) Chinese goods provides competetion to other products which is essential for growth of market. For example, if you keep buying micromax mobile just because it is an Indian brand (just overlook that its internal parts are made in china) and remove the competion given by xiaomi, then you will never get a quality product. It is the foreign competion which forcres you to make better products. So, if you want to improve then face the competetion rather than skipping it on the name of patriotism.
3) A similar case is with taxi aggregators. The rude behaviour and denial of service by local taxi and ‘kaali-peeli’ is a major cause of people inclining to online cab services. They give you a far better service at just a little cost. Now when the revenue of local taxis are decreasing you cannot say to continue using them just because they are ‘desi’. If they have to sustain in market let them face the competetion. You can hope to get better service from them once they realise their mistake.
Hope you get the core idea behind this that by boycotting chinese we are actually causing a strike on our own economy in long run. Some are even opposing xiaomi redmi products which are made on the basis on ‘Make in India’ slogan given by our PM Modi.

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i have always heard people discussing about such topics. But, hardly seen anyone following https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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@blue wine wrote:

Vande Mataram
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Yes. I join everyone for this and say this loudly, ‘Vande Mataram’.
But @@pls@@ ye desbhakti ke name pe raita failana band karo.

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@blue wine wrote:

Vande Mataram
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Yes. I join everyone for this and say this loudly, ‘Vande Mataram’.
But @@pls@@ ye desbhakti ke name pe raita failana band karo.


Why are you even wasting your time with an open topic like this? Such topics should never be argued/discussed as the supporter of each side have their own argument to prove their theory which will be still valid. But at the end of the day only competition, affordability and QoS matters. All those who speak about boycotting only do that for few days and would go back to buying the stuff which they require and is cheap.

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A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.

being all of this assumed… if suppose no other country comes into this scenario..there wont be a large loss on any side.
chinese products will still be sold in the world and india will still import same products from different manufacturers at a higher price.
it just about taking sides…..when we are rejected form NSG when pakistan is supported at the UN, all of this done by a single country.

china will still be the top manufacturer of cheaper products.

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@shrikant1121133 wrote:

A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.


Well said.

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@shrikant1121133 wrote:

A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.


being all of this assumed… if suppose no other country comes into this scenario..there wont be a large loss on any side.
chinese products will still be sold in the world and india will still import same products from different manufacturers at a higher price.
it just about taking sides…..when we are rejected form NSG when pakistan is supported at the UN, all of this done by a single country.

china will still be the top manufacturer of cheaper products.

I am glad that you kept points with economic view rather than playing emotional card. I request you to read the article of ‘The Hindu’, link to which is given in the original post.
It says, “The exports to India accounted for only 2 per cent of China’s total exports and India’s boycott of Chinese goods will not have much impact on China’s exports". But if we stop trading with China then it may effect our export severely because, ““In 2015, China has imported 2 billion dollars worth of cotton and more than 100 million dollars worth of black tea from India, bring benefits to 1.2 million cotton growers and 50,000 tea farmers and sellers in India” and many other sector.
At the end, let the economist at the centre decide whether or not we should continue trade with China. They have better data and view to analyse the pros and cons of banning Chinese materials.

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@shrikant1121133 wrote:

A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.


being all of this assumed… if suppose no other country comes into this scenario..there wont be a large loss on any side.
chinese products will still be sold in the world and india will still import same products from different manufacturers at a higher price.
it just about taking sides…..when we are rejected form NSG when pakistan is supported at the UN, all of this done by a single country.

china will still be the top manufacturer of cheaper products.

I am glad that you kept points with economic view rather than playing emotional card. I request you to read the article of ‘The Hindu’, link to which is given in the original post.
It says, “The exports to India accounted for only 2 per cent of China’s total exports and India’s boycott of Chinese goods will not have much impact on China’s exports". But if we stop trading with China then it may effect our export severely because, ““In 2015, China has imported 2 billion dollars worth of cotton and more than 100 million dollars worth of black tea from India, bring benefits to 1.2 million cotton growers and 50,000 tea farmers and sellers in India” and many other sector.
At the end, let the economist at the centre decide whether or not we should continue trade with China. They have better data and view to analyse the pros and cons of banning Chinese materials.


ye tou sahi mey – interesting numbers hey.

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@bip100 wrote:

@shrikant1121133 wrote:

A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.


being all of this assumed… if suppose no other country comes into this scenario..there wont be a large loss on any side.
chinese products will still be sold in the world and india will still import same products from different manufacturers at a higher price.
it just about taking sides…..when we are rejected form NSG when pakistan is supported at the UN, all of this done by a single country.

china will still be the top manufacturer of cheaper products.

I am glad that you kept points with economic view rather than playing emotional card. I request you to read the article of ‘The Hindu’, link to which is given in the original post.
It says, “The exports to India accounted for only 2 per cent of China’s total exports and India’s boycott of Chinese goods will not have much impact on China’s exports". But if we stop trading with China then it may effect our export severely because, ““In 2015, China has imported 2 billion dollars worth of cotton and more than 100 million dollars worth of black tea from India, bring benefits to 1.2 million cotton growers and 50,000 tea farmers and sellers in India” and many other sector.
At the end, let the economist at the centre decide whether or not we should continue trade with China. They have better data and view to analyse the pros and cons of banning Chinese materials.


i mentioned neither of the country will be affected

but still to clarify the numbers

india to china (exports) 2014-2015 = 11934.25 mil US$
china to india (imports) 2014-2015 = 60413.17 mil US$

SO basically we import products valued at 48478.92 mil US$ more than what we export to china.

Refer to : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_large...

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@shrikant1121133 wrote:

@bip100 wrote:

@shrikant1121133 wrote:

A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.


being all of this assumed… if suppose no other country comes into this scenario..there wont be a large loss on any side.
chinese products will still be sold in the world and india will still import same products from different manufacturers at a higher price.
it just about taking sides…..when we are rejected form NSG when pakistan is supported at the UN, all of this done by a single country.

china will still be the top manufacturer of cheaper products.

I am glad that you kept points with economic view rather than playing emotional card. I request you to read the article of ‘The Hindu’, link to which is given in the original post.
It says, “The exports to India accounted for only 2 per cent of China’s total exports and India’s boycott of Chinese goods will not have much impact on China’s exports". But if we stop trading with China then it may effect our export severely because, ““In 2015, China has imported 2 billion dollars worth of cotton and more than 100 million dollars worth of black tea from India, bring benefits to 1.2 million cotton growers and 50,000 tea farmers and sellers in India” and many other sector.
At the end, let the economist at the centre decide whether or not we should continue trade with China. They have better data and view to analyse the pros and cons of banning Chinese materials.


i mentioned neither of the country will be affected

but still to clarify the numbers

india to china (exports) 2014-2015 = 11934.25 mil US$
china to india (imports) 2014-2015 = 60413.17 mil US$

SO basically we import products valued at 48478.92 mil US$ more than what we export to china.

Refer to : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_large...


Spot on. I was about to post the same. The balance of trade is overwhelmingly in favour of China. I think the OP did not read the report he linked closely. It just reproduces the views of the(obviously biased) Chinese embassy and not of any Indian source!

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@shrikant1121133 wrote:


@bip100 wrote:

@shrikant1121133 wrote:

A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.


being all of this assumed… if suppose no other country comes into this scenario..there wont be a large loss on any side.
chinese products will still be sold in the world and india will still import same products from different manufacturers at a higher price.
it just about taking sides…..when we are rejected form NSG when pakistan is supported at the UN, all of this done by a single country.

china will still be the top manufacturer of cheaper products.

I am glad that you kept points with economic view rather than playing emotional card. I request you to read the article of ‘The Hindu’, link to which is given in the original post.
It says, “The exports to India accounted for only 2 per cent of China’s total exports and India’s boycott of Chinese goods will not have much impact on China’s exports". But if we stop trading with China then it may effect our export severely because, ““In 2015, China has imported 2 billion dollars worth of cotton and more than 100 million dollars worth of black tea from India, bring benefits to 1.2 million cotton growers and 50,000 tea farmers and sellers in India” and many other sector.
At the end, let the economist at the centre decide whether or not we should continue trade with China. They have better data and view to analyse the pros and cons of banning Chinese materials.


i mentioned neither of the country will be affected

but still to clarify the numbers

india to china (exports) 2014-2015 = 11934.25 mil US$
china to india (imports) 2014-2015 = 60413.17 mil US$

SO basically we import products valued at 48478.92 mil US$ more than what we export to china.

Refer to : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_large...


Spot on. I was about to post the same. The balance of trade is overwhelmingly in favour of China. I think the OP did not read the report he linked closely. It just reproduces the views of the(obviously biased) Chinese embassy and not of any Indian source!
I knew it very well that balance of trade is in favor of China. But that does not mean that we should stop using those products to support India. We cannot say that we will maintain equal balance of trade with every country. In an open economy we import what we need. Neither they are making any restrictions on our export nor can we on their export. It is hard to discuss every aspect here and hence I leave it for the experts to decide.

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@shrikant1121133 wrote:

@bip100 wrote:

@shrikant1121133 wrote:

A blanket ban on all products is impossible and is non profitable for our economy too.
but that certainly doesn’t mean less competitiveness.

1) The main objective is to not to buy only indian products. but to boycott chinese.
2) competition will certainly not end, coz there are already many indian and foreign companies available to fight each other, so buying only micromax doesnt comes in the picture, competition will still be there only with 3-4 indian companies being in the market. for eg. we didn’t required a chinese company to give a competition to all network providers, JIO was alone enough.

3) coming to the Mobile thing
micromax is not alone as i said, so the competition wont stop, instead the moment govt ban chinese mobiles. A drastic drop in mobile prices could be seen as many companies all over the world would try to get the most of the market share from the 1.2 billion chinese boycotters, even samsung and apple would drop their prices to get all these people onboard and a fight will start to increase their userbase and get most people possible into their arena, same as uber, ola, jio gave free things to make a customer base, (obviously the prices will rise later, but competition wont end.)

4. getting on to KAALI PEELI.
there were already cab services which were 10 – 15 % costlier than taxis,and then too people were fed up by taxi drivers, but just many people without knowing or enquiring about cab prices thought it would be obviously 3-4 times costlier, what just current uber, ola did was mass marketing and making people know the actual rates of cab services. and the main reason people jumped from taxi to uber was because they knew that its almost the same rates.

many malaysian, vietnam, indonesian companies too make cheaper products that will surely get infused into markets.

A political view.
The second largest population when bans products of the largest population, it would be a opportunity for the top countries to demolish chinese economy.
many top countries including USA would rather start to give cheaper products even bearing loss. just to downgrade chinese economy as a part of their defence budget.


being all of this assumed… if suppose no other country comes into this scenario..there wont be a large loss on any side.
chinese products will still be sold in the world and india will still import same products from different manufacturers at a higher price.
it just about taking sides…..when we are rejected form NSG when pakistan is supported at the UN, all of this done by a single country.

china will still be the top manufacturer of cheaper products.

I am glad that you kept points with economic view rather than playing emotional card. I request you to read the article of ‘The Hindu’, link to which is given in the original post.
It says, “The exports to India accounted for only 2 per cent of China’s total exports and India’s boycott of Chinese goods will not have much impact on China’s exports". But if we stop trading with China then it may effect our export severely because, ““In 2015, China has imported 2 billion dollars worth of cotton and more than 100 million dollars worth of black tea from India, bring benefits to 1.2 million cotton growers and 50,000 tea farmers and sellers in India” and many other sector.
At the end, let the economist at the centre decide whether or not we should continue trade with China. They have better data and view to analyse the pros and cons of banning Chinese materials.


i mentioned neither of the country will be affected

but still to clarify the numbers

india to china (exports) 2014-2015 = 11934.25 mil US$
china to india (imports) 2014-2015 = 60413.17 mil US$

SO basically we import products valued at 48478.92 mil US$ more than what we export to china.

Refer to : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_large...


One more fact I would like to place
Why do we import more from China and export less
Whereas in the same wikipedia artical it shows that US imports more from us that it exports to us.

1. US makes products bit costlier. So it wants cheaper products, hence it imports from China. And if it wants a bit quality products at medium prices then it imports from India.

2. But China doesn’t import from India because they already “MAKE IN CHINA”.

Basically before banning China products we need a successful " MAKE IN INDIA" Project.

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Even Apple iPhones are also made in China, then why not it’s boycott https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

Everytime small traders are bullied and annoyed with these kind of movements. https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_evil.gif

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JAPAN boycott ALL AMERICAN product since World War II.

At that time CHINA was not a Manufacturing (Giant like today & USA was), still Japanese Survive by using their own products… SONY, Toshiba, National, Hitachi etc. etc…. even today you may found various house in India who still won ORIGINAL JAPAN Made TV/Cam etc. (still in working condition)…

So should reduce uses of China product and demand for Indian Products only… in coming years we may found Indian Manufacturers to take on China with BETTER Quality/Innovative Products….

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