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BusinessToday.In
February 23, 2021
China had emerged as India's biggest trade partner in the first half of the financial year 2020-21 too, pipping the US, which had held that position since 2018-19. In 2020, two-way trade between India and China stood at $77.7 billion


PTI
December 24, 2020
2021 promises to bring back double-digit growth for the smartphone industry as people embrace hybrid work models, binge on web series and continue the pursuit for the perfect selfie on their six-inch screens


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, December 9, 2020
Having deliberately opted out of the world's largest trade bloc, RCEP, India can now push for the limited trade deal with the US


Sumant Banerji
December 4, 2020
Indo-China bilateral trade registered a 15 per cent decline at nearly $38 billion while trade with the US dropped 27.5 per cent at $33.54 billion. Like China, India's bilateral trade with Hong Kong has also suffered -- declining by 25.7 per cent at $11.2 billion


Reuters
September 11, 2020
India imported around $4.4 billion worth of aluminium in 2019/20, government data showed. China was the biggest supplier, shipping aluminium worth just over $1 billion


Sumant Banerji
August 31, 2020
To achieve the target, the industry needs proper long term policy support from the government


Sumant Banerji
August 31, 2020
Most Chinese companies operating in India believe the brewing anti-China sentiment won't impact their long-term objectives in Indian market


BusinessToday.In
August 25, 2020
\"In one of our businesses, 65% of turnover came from Chinese imports. In the last 2 months we have already brought it down to 35%,\" said Goenka


BusinessToday.In
August 14, 2020
The trade deficit for July stood at $4.83 billion as against a surplus of $790 million in June and a deficit of $13.43 billion in the year ago period


Joe C Mathew
August 9, 2020
Stating that unsolicited seed parcels could be a threat to biodiversity of the country, the agriculture ministry on August 6, asked all crop-based institutions to remain watchful


BusinessToday.In
August 8, 2020
China's imports from India have gone up 6.7 per cent since January this year to $11.09 billion. As a result, total trade with India has registered a slightly lower 18.6 per cent drop since the beginning of 2020


Joe C Mathew
August 8, 2020
Mere increase in exports only indicate that the unlock phase of Indian economy is at work, and demand for raw materials from China and elsewhere is beginning to rise


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, July 22, 2020
A campaign for boycott of Chinese products is opening up opportunities for local brands in smartphones and TVs. But do they have the scale to upstage the Chinese?


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, July 16, 2020
The company also entered the high end segment of smartphones with two new products -- X50 and X50 pro, that are priced at Rs 35,000-38,000 and Rs 50,000 respectively. These are the most expensive phones by the company so far


Nirbhay Kumar
July 8, 2020
There's a growing demand to shun imports from China in wake of bloody skirmishes on the border


Nevin John
July 7, 2020
The industry was earlier talking about a bloodbath in the first quarter as most of the factories and sales units were shut due to coronavirus outbreak and the resultant lockdowns. But the recent performance updates released by the companies indicate that some of the sectors have been able to survive


PTI
July 7, 2020
The Federation of All India Vyapar Mandal (FAIVM) said, though they support stopping the import of Chinese goods for creating a roadmap to reduce dependence on Chinese products but any action should not endanger\" the ongoing domestic business


BusinessToday.In
July 6, 2020
Jindal says Indian businesses' complacency has led to dependency on cheaper Chinese imports; says current situation is an opportunity for Indians to push for a stronger \"Atma Nirbhar Bharat\"


Ashish Pandey
July 3, 2020
After 20 soldiers were killed in border clashes, India has resorted to what increasingly looks like a trade war with China, targeting Chinese companies and projects in India 


BusinessToday.In
July 2, 2020
Parth Jindal, Managing Director of JSW Cement and the son of Group Chairman Sajjan Jindal, says the unprovoked attack by the Chinese on Indian soil on our brave jawans was a huge \"wake-up call and a clarion call for action\"


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