Trade groups and officials in India are urging boycotts of Chinese-made products following a clash between troops from the two countries. Photo: ReutersTrade groups and officials in India are urging boycotts of Chinese-made products following a clash between troops from the two countries. Photo: Reuters
Trade groups and officials in India are urging boycotts of Chinese-made products following a clash between troops from the two countries. Photo: Reuters

India-China border dispute: tensions likely to increase scrutiny of Chinese investment, analysts say

  • Trade groups in India are urging boycotts of Chinese-made products and reviews of Chinese investment following a deadly clash between troops
  • But China-India trade and investment is still relatively small, so analysts say it is unlikely to have major impact on China’s economy
Topic |   China economy
Trade groups and officials in India are urging boycotts of Chinese-made products following a clash between troops from the two countries. Photo: ReutersTrade groups and officials in India are urging boycotts of Chinese-made products following a clash between troops from the two countries. Photo: Reuters
Trade groups and officials in India are urging boycotts of Chinese-made products following a clash between troops from the two countries. Photo: Reuters
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