1.31/Introduction to Indian Nationals
8.24/China-India conflict and reasons
India, a magical country. Some time ago, the Sino-Indian border sparks continued. Fortunately, it has now subsided. Compared with the epidemic, the response of this incident among the Chinese people is actually good. The reason is…no impact. But the impact on India is very big: they boycott Chinese goods and remove Chinese apps. Anti-China sentiment is particularly high.
Let’s find out today, what exactly does India want to do? In fact, Asan made so many small moves, it was nothing more than to protect himself. Whether it is a boycott of Chinese goods or a series of small actions on the Sino-Indian border, it is nothing but a slowing strategy for the Modi government to fail the economy.
We all know that the easiest way to solve the problem is to have another problem. When the new one comes, the old one is forgotten. So the Modi government sacrificed the flagpole of nationalism. The first is to resolve the huge trade deficit with China.
So in business, India has increased China’s import tariffs on India. As the tariffs are raised, the cost of Chinese products will increase. This brings many opportunities to Indian companies, but the increase in tariffs allows many Chinese Enterprises have directly established factories in India, which has once again intensified the competition of Indian enterprises. Tsk tsk, it is impossible to prevent it. Therefore, the main road sacrificed the banner of patriotism, and the side roads were not idle: the new crown epidemic was a disaster brought by the Chinese to the Indians on the road, and the next road began to provoke conflicts at the border, saying that China killed India 3 A soldier, the domestic patriotism was ignited to the highest level, so the opening scene appeared, boycotting Chinese goods, removing APP and so on.
But, can you just take a few apps off the shelves?
Obviously they underestimated the Chinese investment industry in India. After they began to investigate Indian companies that have received Chinese investment, they were pleasantly surprised to find that the software used in daily life in India, including the shopping platform flipcart, Indian ride-hailing software OLA, Indian takeaway brand zomato, mobile payment software paytm, fresh supermarket platform bigbasket, these head platforms, one of them counts as one, and they have received huge amounts of Chinese investment behind them, and they can be used by ordinary Indians in their daily lives. The vast majority of online software that has been received basically makes Alibaba and Tencent a spoonful of food. It can be said that Chinese manufacturing is really ubiquitous in the Indian Internet field.
But is there really such a high demand for resistance to Chinese manufacturing in India? In fact, it is not always true. For parts of northern India, boycotting Chinese manufacturing is just one of the many performance indicators of KPI protests they protest every year. In some areas of India, the three major activities each year are: protest against the Indian government, boycott