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Indian and Chinese troops appear to be heading towards a face-off in several disputed areas along the Line of Actual Control. Here is what you need to know about the issue.
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Though other countries with active user base of Chinese apps may not immediately follow suit, the Indian action will initiate the process of rethinking about their implication in terms of national security.
Both nations have invested heavily in each other in terms of money. Therefore, bilateral economic relations cannot be viewed in a blinkered fashion
The fact remains that there is ample scope in policy-making to stop the Red Dragon surge. Experts say that WTO rules allow India more room to protect its sectors
PM Narendra Modi is hoping to garner a whopping $330 billion by wooing foreign investors to 'Make in India'. The 'Buy Local, Be Global' mantra is also aimed at being self-reliant.
Chinese official media has so far refrained from rousing public sentiment against India over the border issue. It is largely engaged in an emotional war of words with the US government.
Chinese President has specifically mentioned the issue of territorial protection when he asked the Army to 'safeguard the overall strategic stability of the country'.
The package involves relieving MSMEs of one of the biggest obstacles they face in obtaining financial support: the need to provide sufficient collateral to banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs).
These are clear signs that the Prime Minister had China, India’s biggest trade partner, in mind when he discussed the idea of self-reliance.