INDIAN traders demand an amendment to e-commerce rules to stop the sale of Chinese products

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AS some economic experts and Congress leaders express reservations about boycotting  Chinese made products in view of Beijing’s continued hostility towards India, CAIT has urged the central government to terminate all contracts with Chinese companies. The traders’ body has also appealed to the Board of Control for Cricket in India, the Indian Olympic Association and others to end sponsorship with  Chinese companies. The trader’s body’s President BC Bhartia and Secretary General Praveen  Khandelwal say letters have also been sent to leaders of all political parties as well as all Chief Ministers urging them to promote indigenous products and stay away from Chinese companies. BCCI  is reportedly meeting next week to discuss the issue related to delink IPL from Chinese sponsors following growing nationwide demand to end any business tie-up with the Chinese regime after the cold-blooded killings of 20 Indian soldiers at LAC in East Ladakh on June 15 night.CAIT calming to represent over 70 million business people continued its campaign urging people to boycott Chinese products and have resolved not to sell such goods most of which are illegally smuggled in and sold at much cheaper prices than the Made in India goods. CAIT  has also requested Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush  Goyal to amend the e-commerce rules to make it obligatory to declare the places of manufacture of all products. Chinese products are mostly sold online, he added. It has renewed appeal to film and sports personalities not to endorse any Chinese goods. Noted cricketer  Harbhajan Singh has meanwhile responded positively, they added.


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