The Boycott China movement is gaining ground across India. But the celebrities we revere are giving no signs of disengaging with Chinese brands and money.
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Even during calls to Boycott China, Chinese smartphone sales are only rising. But all hope is not lost.
We dissect a recent article about Xiaomi, to reveal its intentions as a Chinese brand masquerading as an Indian company.
Government e-Marketplace (GeM) has made it mandatory for sellers to declare the Country of Origin of all products on the portal.
China has come to believe that its brand of nationalism is the only right one.
How the lack of guidelines and enforcement ensured that most ‘Made in India’ products are not really made in India.
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has decided to launch a nationwide campaign on 10th June to boycott Chinese products. The campaign comes at a time when India is seeing a surge in anti-China sentiment and more and more people are becoming aware of the various ways in which China is creating roadblocks for India on the global level.