Campaign about Boycotting Chinese goods from 10th June 2020I read in the newspaper that The Confederation of All India Traders(C.A.I.T.) is launching a nationwide campaign to Boycott Chinese goods from 10th June 2020. After looking into the tension being built at the borders and between India and China, the firm step is considered to promote Indian goods. CAIT is not only motivating traders to stop selling Chinese goods but also urging buyers or consumers to buy native or local products and help our country. This will also help to fructify the call of our PM Narendra Modi of "Make in India" and "Vocal for Local".
There were other threads related to the same topic posted by other members Should Indian boycott the Chinese goods? dated 07 Oct 2016 by Kailash Kumar, Are we in a position to say no to chinese products? dated 22 Mar 2019 by Neeru Bhatt and Why India does not manufacture cheap utility things like China dated 19 Nov 2019 by Venkiteswaran.
After going through the threads, I am still having doubts that I would put in front of our members for your valuable comments or answers.
- We know that China produces a variety of products from electronics, instrumentations, computer software, hardware and peripherals, toys, clothing, utilities, creams, soaps, fancy items, fertilizers, chemicals, drugs, etc. Are we ready to compensate for that quantity?
- We know that we import a variety of Chinese products at a cheaper cost, can we make the same at a better or affordable price keeping in mind the type of consumers?
- Are the latest technology and infrastructure ready to recoup for the huge production or manufacturing of goods and services?
- What and how can we help in the campaign about the boycotting of Chinese goods?
- Should we help "Make in India" or "Made in India" as make in India can be like foreign companies having their plant here and taking the profit to their country but made in India will help our people and the economy as the money will roll in our market or within the country?