The whole world is raging against China, and just like most other countries, India is also trying to ditch Chinese products as much as possible. In one of the recent speeches to the nation, the honorable prime minister of our country also urged the people of the nation to be self-dependent so that, we can emphasize and purchase goods and services that are manufactured and offered by indigenous businesses. If we really want to be self-reliant, we should try depending upon the indigenous goods and services as much as possible and be less dependent on other countries. But, when it comes to using Chinese products, most people have a strong dislike. We all depend upon Chinese products knowingly or unknowingly and there are several issues with specific Chinese products, and that is the reason, why the BoycottChineseProducts hashtag trending. But, today I will not talk about any political or diplomatic matters when it comes to using Chinese products, but I will he emphasize on whether it is feasible to boycott Chinese products completely, and if it is not possible completely, how much possibility is there when it comes to consumer electronics and other services.
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There have been campaigns advocating for a boycott of products made in China. Commonly cited reasons for boycotting China include the alleged low quality of products, human rights issues , territorial conflicts involving China , support for separatist movements within China, and objection to more specific matters relating to China, including the government's mismanagement of the COVID pandemic. There have been calls for a boycott of goods made in China in countries such as India , the Philippines , and Vietnam , as well as separatist movements in China itself. A full boycott of products made in China is considered to be difficult to achieve, as the country manufactures a large number of goods that are widely sold and used across the world, and also holds stakes in various non-Chinese companies. China is the largest country in the world by population, and the third largest by territory, sharing long borders with 14 other nations. Many companies and businesses also lack capital, industry expertise, and marketing power, leading to their manufacturing of counterfeit products.
Can India boycott Chinese products completely? What could be the possible alternative solutions?
Without a doubt, China and India have been at loggerheads for a long time. While we thought things will get better sooner, it looks like the dispute between them have started taking a new approach. A few weeks ago, both countries started sending troops across the border, heading towards a physical confrontation along the Line of Actual Control.
Bhavna Acharya Jun 18, There are many Chinese products and companies in India but not everyone can tell which ones belong to our dominating neighbor. As the border disputes between India and China is accelerating, the boycott China products list has become the most searched keyword on the internet.