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As our nation and its residents
have faced losses multifolds due to covid 19
are you ready or willing to buy or sell or produce or manufactur or market or do things to promote indian products
without thinking about political will or not , or goverment help or not .

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Yes,
But make a list of what not to buy

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Yes thinking to throw away my PC ,mobile because it contains Chinese components.

Also few more appliances like Refrigerator,Air conditioner,my TV,STB ,and also some furniture like chair and tables.

Hail make in India.

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At the end it’s all bout the quality of the product… If it’s as good as other country product why not ppl will buy… Since v r the most scam creating country in the world , what you want will never happen!

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Why not, if its in the right quality and right price (i.e. Quality should be proportional to the price I pay, I am ready to pay higher but I should get something better)
But not otherwise

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People buying Chinese products. Do they really think about quality.
By the way india does produce best quality in many segments , else there would have been no exports.
Many times mostly the cream is exported or sold to big brands.
We Indians are Just Price Sensitive and most ic the time don’t believe in our brands itself.
Imported outdated Crap gets digested by us instantly.

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Common-man wrote:

People buying Chinese products. Do they really think about quality.

The device from which you are typing this post has Chinese parts in it . Everything has some of China in it ,you just cannot get rid of it.

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Common-man wrote:

People buying Chinese products. Do they really think about quality.

lol IPhone is made in China smile Can anyone even question about its quality?

guess, common sense eludes common man

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Amolverma.6 wrote:

The device from which you are typing this post has Chinese parts in it . Everything has some of China in it ,you just cannot get rid of it.

You didnt get the topic well.
Please read my topic detail.
Agreed china is everywhere , but you can avoid it where possible and create things if you can.

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People are ready to pay a small premium for swadeshi goods provided the quality matches and the service is better. However if swadeshi brands expect people to opt for them over cheaper better quality products then they are dreaming.

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govt. should help small manufacturers,some not even aware how to start even having funds to invest,technology come too late in india,even cheap products from china having good finishing

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Amolverma.6 wrote:

Yes thinking to throw away my PC ,mobile because it contains Chinese components.

Also few more appliances like Refrigerator,Air conditioner,my TV,STB ,and also some furniture like chair and tables.

Hail make in India.

👍

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even thing like auto parts,iron,fan which small manufacturer can manufacture comes from china because they are superior in finishing

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I buy whatever posted on Desidime, if all swadeshi products are posted on DD then I will buy swadeshi only.

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but very difficult to think of anyone who makes everything at home with indian brains.. as far as electronics are concerned

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Common-man wrote:

You didnt get the topic well.
Please read my topic detail.
Agreed china is everywhere , but you can avoid it where possible and create things if you can.

Enjoy karbon mobile lol. Even Micromax is made in China, just rebranded

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Chinese kanti(kill), how many of u use? Lol idk English of kanti

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….If you can’t beat them Join them…

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@Common-man thanks for bringing this topic out. Have you ever wondered how supportive our government is towards manufacturing sector in India when compared to other rapidly developing/developed nations. Studied the ease of doing business in India?

We live in a nation that has bureaucrats harassing manufacturers for their own benefit. Even the biggies to the likes of Tata and Kia had to mend ways to adhere to selfish demands. We do not have 24×7 power supply to industries, we do not have tax benefits for upcoming industries and even if there is one, the benefits are not passed until 4 to 5 years which is pointless. On top of that, the excellent and mindless abrupt implementation of demonetisation and GST only to cripple the economy further. I am not against either of them but against the way it has been implemented. A blow after blow after blow to manufacturing sector and here we are, talking about supporting Indian brands. Who wouldn’t want to? First let the support come from the Government and then the citizens shall respond as well.

If we can keep our ego and the current covid scenario aside for a while. Having worked with Chinese manufacturers before I am aware of how extensive the support provided by government is in China to improve manufacturing, we can only dream of such support in India. They grew so rapidly because they worked hard collectively and made it happen, they didn’t pull it out of thin air all of a sudden.

Walk through the industrial areas here in India, it’s such a pity state that most places do not even have proper roads for connectivity making logistics easy. No proper power supply etc.

Would be glad if you can give your views on improving indigenous manufacturing first and also government’s support for the same.

Anyone would go a mile to support Indian brands but don’t expect them to go several miles just to blindly support Indian brands. We live in a global economy where boundaries are shrinking. It’s simply survival of the fittest, one can’t play the ‘Being Desi’ card to push sales, rather create a product worth it to improve sales.

Please refrain from saying we can’t afford good quality products. That’s the case with any and every nation, products of good quality as well as products of inferior quality sells. When premium/luxury brands are able to sell in India why wouldn’t an India brand offering similar products we able to sell? Does our affordability drop when and Indian brand is under contention?

As our work is related to manufacturing sector I shall list a few concerns that I could recollect.
1. No proper roads making logistics a pain
2. No 24×7 power supply
3. Housing expands to industrial areas and industries that have been established since 3 decades or so asked to relocate without any benefits provided.
4. VAT (now GST) refund delayed for newly set up industries
5. Solar energy subsidy delayed (specific to sector)
6. Demonetisation crippled small scale industries which crippled mid scale industries
7. Harassment by officials by accusing of false charges so as to pay bribe, it comes from sales tax offices, power department, property tax and what not. Everyone’s tummy has to be filled else your business is hampered.
8. GST filing turning out to be a pain for small scale firms who can’t afford premium services of good CAs
9. Improper structure of GST making it difficult for few firms to claim GST as input credit (mostly fixed now after the damage has been done).

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Fed up with Same topics and discussions again and again.
No one will spend their hard earned money on sub par quality products/service (no matter which country, person, race, is selling it)
If a product/service is good and maintaining same standards, then they don’t have to beg for sales.

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Amolverma.6 wrote:

The device from which you are typing this post has Chinese parts in it . Everything has some of China in it ,you just cannot get rid of it.

Ab to aap Critic banke rahenge

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raghupro wrote:

@Common-man thanks for bringing this topic out. Have you ever wondered how supportive our government is towards manufacturing sector in India when compared to other rapidly developing/developed nations. Studied the ease of doing business in India?

We live in a nation that has bureaucrats harassing manufacturers for their own benefit. Even the biggies to the likes of Tata and Kia had to mend ways to adhere to selfish demands. We do not have 24×7 power supply to industries, we do not have tax benefits for upcoming industries and even if there is one, the benefits are not passed until 4 to 5 years which is pointless. On top of that, the excellent and mindless abrupt implementation of demonetisation and GST only to cripple the economy further. I am not against either of them but against the way it has been implemented. A blow after blow after blow to manufacturing sector and here we are, talking about supporting Indian brands. Who wouldn’t want to? First let the support come from the Government and then the citizens shall respond as well.

If we can keep our ego and the current covid scenario aside for a while. Having worked with Chinese manufacturers before I am aware of how extensive the support provided by government is in China to improve manufacturing, we can only dream of such support in India. They grew so rapidly because they worked hard collectively and made it happen, they didn’t pull it out of thin air all of a sudden.

Walk through the industrial areas here in India, it’s such a pity state that most places do not even have proper roads for connectivity making logistics easy. No proper power supply etc.

Would be glad if you can give your views on improving indigenous manufacturing first and also government’s support for the same.

Anyone would go a mile to support Indian brands but don’t expect them to go several miles just to blindly support Indian brands. We live in a global economy where boundaries are shrinking. It’s simply survival of the fittest, one can’t play the ‘Being Desi’ card to push sales, rather create a product worth it to improve sales.

Please refrain from saying we can’t afford good quality products. That’s the case with any and every nation, products of good quality as well as products of inferior quality sells. When premium/luxury brands are able to sell in India why wouldn’t an India brand offering similar products we able to sell? Does our affordability drop when and Indian brand is under contention?

As our work is related to manufacturing sector I shall list a few concerns that I could recollect.
1. No proper roads making logistics a pain
2. No 24×7 power supply
3. Housing expands to industrial areas and industries that have been established since 3 decades or so asked to relocate without any benefits provided.
4. VAT (now GST) refund delayed for newly set up industries
5. Solar energy subsidy delayed (specific to sector)
6. Demonetisation crippled small scale industries which crippled mid scale industries
7. Harassment by officials by accusing of false charges so as to pay bribe, it comes from sales tax offices, power department, property tax and what not. Everyone’s tummy has to be filled else your business is hampered.
8. GST filing turning out to be a pain for small scale firms who can’t afford premium services of good CAs
9. Improper structure of GST making it difficult for few firms to claim GST as input credit (mostly fixed now after the damage has been done).

How was the implementation of GST abrupt? It may not have been perfect especially the shitty portal but a large amout of time was provided for compliance. For small scale industries compliance was a burden at the starting but govt provided a large amount of time and once a process has been established it shouldnt have much impact. Its benefits outweigh drawbacks by a large margin.

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iPhone is often cited in example everywhere. Read this about iPhone 7 manufacturing -

Who really makes the iPhone?

Let’s examine an iPhone 7 a little more closely to see how much value China is actually getting.

Start with the most valuable components that make up an iPhone: the touch screen display, memory chips, microprocessors and so on. They come from a mix of U.S., Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese companies, such as Intel, Sony, Samsung and Foxconn. Almost none of them are manufactured in China. Apple buys the components and has them shipped to China; then they leave China inside an iPhone.

So what about all of those famous factories in China with millions of workers making iPhones? The companies that own those factories, including Foxconn, are all based in Taiwan. Of the factory-cost estimate of $237.45 from IHS Markit at the time the iPhone 7 was released in late 2016, we calculate that all that’s earned in China is about $8.46, or 3.6 percent of the total. That includes a battery supplied by a Chinese company and the labor used for assembly.

The other $228.99 goes elsewhere. The U.S. and Japan each take a roughly $68 cut, Taiwan gets about $48, and a little under $17 goes to South Korea. And we estimate that about $283 of gross profit from the retail price – about $649 for a 32GB model when the phone debuted – goes straight to Apple’s coffers.

In short, China gets a lot of (low-paid) jobs, while the profits flow to other countries.

https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/china-makes-8-...

Selective buying can have an effect on biggest economies of world..

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Rather than preaching others start from yourself as @Amolverma.6 suggested throw away your PC mobile and AC and jio Sim and phone and start using BSNL landline with aakash tablet and lava smartphone

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igen wrote:

How was the implementation of GST abrupt? It may not have been perfect especially the shitty portal but a large amout of time was provided for compliance. For small scale industries compliance was a burden at the starting but govt provided a large amount of time and once a process has been established it shouldnt have much impact. Its benefits outweigh drawbacks by a large margin.

Sorry for wrong wordings but what I meant by abrupt was improper implementation. It took few months to get things better and this hampered many small businesses.

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Common-man wrote:

People buying Chinese products. Do they really think about quality.
By the way india does produce best quality in many segments , else there would have been no exports.
Many times mostly the cream is exported or sold to big brands.
We Indians are Just Price Sensitive and most ic the time don’t believe in our brands itself.
Imported outdated Crap gets digested by us instantly.

China does make quality products for the cheapest price. China makes all types of quality products, trash products to highest quality products. For ever quality, it does so at the cheapest price compared to others. And that is why it is the manufacturing hub which it is today.

Are other governments ready to support their manufacturing the way China does? I think most Indians will buy India-made products even if at a little premium for the same quality. But can we make, at all ? The government has to take the plunge, and lots of plunges, if it wants manufacturing to boom in India.

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No one is retard enough to buy a product to support their respective nation, India or otherwise, it’s always the quality of the product that matters and that alone should.

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