Say no to Chinese

There is a campaign for boycott of Chinese goods in the country. The Indian scenario has changed in order to break all shared ties with China, which has been supporting Pakistan-sponsored terrorism. Such an incident is being seen on social sites. India is a major center for Chinese goods, as Chinese goods are cheaper.
The trade of Chinese goods in the country is so extensive that in the first few weeks before the festival, only in Delhi, products worth 1000 crores have been sold. As a member of the WTO, India needs to import Chinese goods. The trade partnership between China and India is 4.6 lakh crores, and China is India’s largest trading partner. For this reason, India may face difficulties in ending trade partnership with China.
The process of manufacture of indigenous goods in India has become somewhat blunt. India imports 7 times more goods from China than exports. India imports 32.02 per cent of electronic, 17.01 per cent of nuclear reactors, boilers and parts, organic chemicals 9.83 per cent foliators. Agriculture and today’s important part of human mobile When we are forced to import from China, then it does not seem appropriate to stop trading with China.
Mahatma Gandhi had said that we need to be free from the use of foreign goods, but he also said that this will happen only when we make our own things. When foreign investment is also happening in Modi’s ambitious plan ‘Make in India’, then the boycott issue seems inadequate. Only we can beat China against its durability. We cannot run a boycott campaign only because of the use of Chinese skirting and firecrackers during the festive season.
India currently buys iron and steel 5.82 percent, plastics and articles 2.74 percent, photography equipment 2.09 percent, bots 2.05 percent, iron and steel articles 1.92 percent and 1.81 percent parts of vehicles other than railways from China. India imports almost all the parts of the past few years from cosmetics, defense equipment to travel facilities like rail, motor vehicles, etc., then it makes sense to talk about the import of Chinese goods. To what extent the boycott of Chinese goods can be justified when the country’s infrastructure agriculture is still with China’s equipment and fetters.
China has become a manufacturing hub for the world’s big brands, not just for India. Most of the equipment of well-known companies is manufactured from China. Due to the price of sugar products being cheap, many producers in India are currently becoming traders only and only. Actually the problem is that at the lower price that a product is made in India, it comes to the market with the tag of ‘Make in China’ at a lower price. If we talk about the economy of every country is not equal. The wheel of economy keeps spinning. If we look at it, we will know that in the 1960s and 70s, Japan had established its dominance over the world market. After this, 80s belonged to Korea. He doubled by day, progressed by night and became a market for the world.
After this, China has not only captured the whole of South Asia, and is selling its goods. Now if India is ready to respond to China with Pakistan, then it will have to evict China from its position, for this India will have to increase its production area. China’s goods are weak in the area of quality and durability, India can make a place by doing good work in this area. If we talk about long-term quality goods, then the name of Germany will come up. There is no match for German machinery yet. Although China has made a place in the world market by making cheap goods, but it is far behind in terms of quality. India should pay attention to this.
India cannot boycott Chinese goods because trade is not based on sentiments, but is dependent on cheap products and profits. In the global era, it is not possible for any country to ban the product of any other country. In the last year itself, the Modi government has signed a US $ 10 billion trade agreement with China. According to a report by Boston Consulting Group, India is dependent on China for 90 percent of the raw materials of India’s pharmaceutical industry. India cannot boycott Chinese goods because trade is not based on sentiments, but is dependent on cheap products and profits. In the global era, it is not possible for any country to ban the product of any other country. In the last year itself, the Modi government has signed a US $ 10 billion trade agreement with China. According to a report by Boston Consulting Group, India is dependent on China for 90 percent of the raw materials of India’s pharmaceutical industry.
The kind of radical nationalism that India is talking of breaking trade relations with China, China can also do it for its own benefit. India must first increase its productivity, so that China can be equaled. As long as India remains dependent on China for the basic and absolutely necessary things for the country’s system. India cannot stop the entire trade by banning the goods of Deepawali Welters, Crackers. If China wants to punish Pakistan for love, that too by shutting down trade, then it will have to develop the industry at the basic level necessary. Swadeshi has to be emphasized.