Protesters in Ahmedabad call for a boycott of Chinese goods. Photo: AFPProtesters in Ahmedabad call for a boycott of Chinese goods. Photo: AFP
Protesters in Ahmedabad call for a boycott of Chinese goods. Photo: AFP

Why India and China’s latest dispute could cost both sides greatly

  • Tensions are running high following last month’s deadly clash in the Himalayas and calls are mounting for a boycott of Chinese goods.
  • But China has invested billions of dollars in India, which also relies heavily on imports from the world’s second biggest economy

Topic |   China-India relations
Protesters in Ahmedabad call for a boycott of Chinese goods. Photo: AFPProtesters in Ahmedabad call for a boycott of Chinese goods. Photo: AFP
Protesters in Ahmedabad call for a boycott of Chinese goods. Photo: AFP
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