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aarth dhar , Oct, 30 2016

Why India is in no position to ban Chinese products


We cannot afford to ban Chinese goods imports. The matter must be handled diplomatically, using bilateral trade as a weapon suits ultra nationalists but not India's economy.
Representational imageRepresentational image. Imports from China accounted for over 16 percent of India's total import basket in 2015-16, as per data available on the website of the Department of Commerce. Not only is China a country from where India imported the highest value of goods last fiscal

We cannot afford to ban Chinese goods imports. The matter must be handled diplomatically, using bilateral trade as a weapon suits ultra nationalists but not India's economy. Representational imageRepresentational image. Imports from China accounted for over 16 percent of India's total import basket in 2015-16, as per data available on the website of the Department of Commerce. Not only is China a country from where India imported the highest value of goods last fiscal