43 percent of India’s consumers did not buy Chinese goods, business increased due to lakovid19 survey

43 percent of India’s consumers did not buy Chinese goods, business increased due to lakovid19 survey

New Delhi, Jun 14 (PTI) Nearly half of Indian consumers surveyed said they did not buy any Chinese-made goods in the last 12 months due to border tensions with China, according to a report by online company LocalCircles. .

The survey was conducted from June 1 to 10 and was attended by 17,800 citizens from 281 districts of the country.

According to the report, however, in January-May 2021, annual imports from China registered an increase of 42 percent, due to the increase in imports of life saving medical equipment and medical oxygen equipment from China.

In fact, China accounts for 12 per cent of Indian imports of intermediate goods and 30 per cent in capital goods and 26 per cent in consumer goods, the report said.

It said, “The first question included in the survey was to understand how many Indian consumers bought products made in China in the last 12 months. In response, 43 percent people said that they did not buy any goods made in China “

In June 2020, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in a clash between soldiers of India and China in Galwan Valley. Many Chinese soldiers were also killed but it has not given their number.

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