An India-China Trade War? Modi Fans The Flames Of Boycott Calls

Indian traders calling for a boycott of China-made products have been encouraged by an interview in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi says the matter is for the public to decide.

“I think there’s no point in reinventing the wheel and India should focus on boosting its software and intellectual services, rather than attempting to do what China already does best. Plus, the boycott call will have no or negligible impact on the ground,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, chief of the advisory firm Greyhound Research.

[South China Morning Post]


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