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    India wants to reduce import dependency on China; here's what it means according to experts

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    India wants to reduce import dependency on China; here's what it means according to experts

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    The death of 20 Indian soldiers has severely impacted Indo-China ties. Top ministers and bureaucrats have started working on plans to restrict imports of 371 items.Parikshit Luthra spoke to V Kamakoti, member of National Security Advisory Board and Professor at IIT Madras, KC Singh, former diplomat, Ajay Dua, former secretary at DIPP and Biswajit Dhar, professor of Economics at JNU to discuss about this.

    The death of 20 Indian soldiers has severely impacted Indo-China ties. Top ministers and bureaucrats have started working on plans to restrict imports of 371 items.
    Parikshit Luthra spoke to V Kamakoti, member of National Security Advisory Board and Professor at IIT Madras, KC Singh, former diplomat, Ajay Dua, former secretary at DIPP and Biswajit Dhar, professor of Economics at JNU to discuss about this.
    Railways today scrapped a Rs 470 crore freight corridor project with a Chinese vendor and now there are calls to scrap the tender for the Delhi Meerut rapid rail transit system where Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Company was the lowest bidder.
    The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) is also asking celebrities to boycott Chinese goods. While some say this is a moment of opportunity but wouldn't such measures come at a cost and a cost that the Indian consumer would have to bear.
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