We have put together a progress card of sorts to highlight the various ways (big and small) in which India is moving ahead with the Boycott China movement.
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.
China is deeply rooted in the Indian economy with billions of dollars invested in startups. We explore the causes and consequences of the Chinese influence in India’s economy.
We dissect a recent article about Xiaomi, to reveal its intentions as a Chinese brand masquerading as an Indian company.
China is perpetually at war. Sometimes in the real world, but almost always in the virtual world.
To compete with Chinese smartphone brands, Indian manufacturers need hard work and some really radical ideas.
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.
As consumers we need to be aware of the apps and online platforms we use everyday and make an effort to understand as to which ones are Indian and which ones look Indian, but are Made in China.
Our consumer behaviour as Indians is largely devoted to getting the maximum bang for our buck. But, if our greed to procure that latest mobile phone with the last camera at a huge discount, comes with a threat to our nation’s security, then I think it’s time we evaluated our consumer behaviour as a whole.