Gujarat woos Chinese investors amid boycott call at home
GANDHINAGAR: Even as local trade bodies have given a call to boycott+ Chinese goods and Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani appealed to people to adopt Swadeshi (indigenous) products+ , a high-level state government delegation is currently camping in China to woo investors+ .
As part of an its international road shows in the run-up to the next Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit+ (VGGS), a delegation of senior government officials and representatives of 20 companies is on a five-day tour of China. A number of business-to-business (B2B) meetings have already taken place.
“Our delegation’s objective is to strengthen the relationship between China, Hong Kong and India where Gujarat will play a key role by offering avenues across sectors to enhance business relationships,” Sanjay Prasad, principal secretary, agriculture and co-operation, Gujarat government, said in an official statement after B2B meetings in China. Gujarat seems set to host China’s government and business delegations at the upcoming vibrant summit in January 2017.
All mobile telephones and all computers and laptops used in India are made in China. Let us all get together and dump them in the Indian Ocean.
and pollute the water
why not in south china sea
Do it where you have substitute. PS, they inviting investments and not imports, there is a difference between the two.
Chinese are not fools like you, to believe Feku
saying is easy! just check out how many things apart from your phones are made in china.
These laptops and cell phones are not from Chinese origin companies. They are global brands manufactured in China. Currently almost everything is produced in China.
Who”ll reimburse? You ?
How about Patel statue “Made in China” ordered by Modi?
Let chinese come to India & invest in manufacturing, welcome- the product will be made in India. thus we shall have technology transfer.
BERLIN GERMANY – 17 hours ago
Make in India, Gujarat Model