外文标题：Chinese manufacturers up their game to conform to Indian standards
NEW DELHI: Chinese-made goods are now going for upgrades after years of flooding the Indian market with cheap below-the-radar products.
Data available with the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) shows that over 60% of the recently registered products are “Made in China”, highlighting the eagerness of Chinese manufacturers to enhance their processes and meet Indian standards to tap into the rapidly growing market.
From mobile phones to printers, power adapters, set top boxes, notebooks, tablets and servers, Chinese manufacturers are increasingly taking advantage of a new scheme — self-declaration conformity — for meeting Indian standards. Of the 1,574 items registered with BIS, around 960 are Chinese goods, while manufacturers from Germany, the US, South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore have not tapped the fast-track or Tatkal registration scheme as much.
The list includes several international names such as Dell (tablets and servers), Sony (LCD monitors) and Cisco (servers), which have registered with BIS and are using China — often called the factory to the world — to ship goods into India.
But there are also several Chinese players such as Huawei, Haier and Xiaomi that have emerged as well-established international brands and are now using the opportunity to conform to Indian standards. This is in addition to names such as Lenovo which established a global presence a few years ago.
chines product = dustbin.
tymesqr ty (Location)
I am from India but settled in Canada. In India, usually people have negative views of Chinese made goods. “Nobody will give you champagne in the price of beer”. You will only get beer no matter where it is made in if you are paying beer’s price. Here in Canada majority of products are made in China and are of high quality. Chinese products can be compared with the products of any country. I have found no problem with them. Western countries shifted their plants to China and their standard of manufacturing is same as of Western products, material is same, training of Chinese workers is same and quality is same but cheaper in price due to cheaper labor costs in China.
jimmylobo LOBO (mangaluru)
Tata and Godrej made many products in India since many years ago.Get them back to India from China
Madhabi Ray (Unknown)
The only thing China made and that lasted centuries is the Great Wall of China…..the other products are literally use and throw.
Concerned Pandharpur (Unknown)
India is not a dumping ground for cheap Chinese goods
Rajpal Tyagi (UP)
Indian government must be careful about China. They have some very cheap tactics in business. Nearly the whole world got fed-up with them.
Ram Babu (kota)
Chinese are a civilization seeped in flexibility and innovations ! That is how they came up tops so fast compared to us , in same time frame !!
Keep it Simple (del)
Our govt. is only hype and no action. these are lessons to learn from china
May be some day “Made in India” goods will flood the Chinese market # Highhopes
Hari Om (Mumbai)
These yellow slit eyed mongrels can never produce anything to conform to higher standards. Wonder what compels India to import cheap low quality slit eyed stuff, even if there is a cost advantage.