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Pinched by goods boycott-call, China warns India of impact on investments from its enterprises

Pinched by goods boycott-call, China warns India of impact on investments from its enterprises

Amid calls from some quarters for boycott of Chinese goods in ongoing Diwali season, China on Thursday said any such move will negatively impact the India-bound investments from its enterprises and also the bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

China's state media calls LeT 'Pak-based military group', downplays boycott call of Chinese goods in Indian markets

China's state media calls LeT 'Pak-based military group', downplays boycott call of Chinese goods in Indian markets

Though the focus of the article was boycotting of Chinese goods by Indians, the description it used for LeT would surely raise eyebrows in India.

Indian products cannot compete with those of China: Chinese media

Indian products cannot compete with those of China: Chinese media

The call for boycott of Chinese goods on Indian social media is "rabble rousing" as Indian products cannot compete with those of China, the state-owned media said on Wednesday.

Blanket ban on import of Chinese goods not a feasible option: Nirmala Sitharaman

Blanket ban on import of Chinese goods not a feasible option: Nirmala Sitharaman

Terming call for a blanket ban on imports from China by certain sections of society in the country not a feasible option, Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday said such bans can only be imposed based on quality issues. 

Know why boycott calls against Chinese goods will fail

Know why boycott calls against Chinese goods will fail

Cellphones, laptops, solar cells, fertilisers, keyboards, displays and communication equipment -- including earphones -- these are India`s chief imports from China, according to Ministry of Commerce data.

From copper to cameras; feeling the heat from China slowdown

China's manufacturing engine lost further momentum in July and the job market weakened, a survey showed on Wednesday, complicating a transition to consumer-driven growth and boding ill for so many leveraged to the world's second-largest economy.

'Govt taking steps to protect BHEL from Chinese competition'

The government Thursday said it is taking steps to protect the interest of power equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd in the wake of competition from Chinese players.

US probes Chinese electronics makers

The US International Trade Commission has launched two probes over patent infringement in portable electronic devices, mobile handsets and touch keyboard software made by Chinese makers.

Predatory pricing by Chinese cos hurting biz: BHEL tells govt

State-run BHEL and many other Indian electrical equipment makers, especially insulators, have informed the government that they are losing out on local orders due to "predatory prices" offered by Chinese companies.

US biggest buyer of Chinese products

The US has surpassed the European Union in the first 11 months of 2012 to become the largest buyer of Chinese products, the commerce ministry said.

Major customs fraud involving Indian goods found in US

The US authorities have charged eight people for allegedly bringing into the country Indian cigarettes, Chinese textiles and other goods worth a whopping USD 100 million without paying tariffs and other fees.

China's exports face grim situation: Official

Increasing number of trade disputes and slackening global demand are likely to hit China's export growth in the coming months, a Chinese Commerce Ministry official has warned.

Highest anti-dumping cases against China: Govt

India has initiated 149 anti-dumping cases against China, which accounted for over half of such actions taken by the country against foreign nations, Parliament was informed Wednesday.

China killing Indian manufacturing sector: L&T Chief

Private sector engineering major
Larsen & Toubro has said that China is systematically killing Indian manufacturing sector and sought 25 per cent anti-dumping duty on Chinese goods.

Bajrang Dal calls for boycott of Chinese goods

The right-wing Hindu group Bajrang Dal wrote letters to major trade associations and chambers of commerce in Delhi calling for a boycott of Chinese goods saying that China was using India as a "dumping market" for "cheap goods".