Chinese imports to India rise by 33% despite of Doklam affect

Chinese imports to India rise by 33% despite of Doklam affect

Chinese imports to India rise by 33% despite of Doklam affect in April-June quarter. It’s a bit shocking factor that Chinese imports to India has seen a rise around 33% despite of Doklam affect and China supporting Pakistan. There was lot of buzz in social media to boycott Chinese products but it seems like none of it is working practically.

Both India and China are dependent on each other in terms of economy. India is exporting several products to China and at the same time China is also importing many products especially electronics and chemicals. Indian Rupee has become stronger which is helping to buy more imports at cheap rates. It looks like Doklam issues aren’t playing any role in economical relationships of India and China.

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