INDIA/CHINA: Modi meets military threat with economic retaliation

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With little sign that the border tension between India and China is anywhere close to resolution, New Delhi has embarked on an aggressive domestic political exercise to wean Indians off their dependence on Chinese goods, even at the risk of political costs. Since hostilities broke out between India and China in Galwan Valley in May, New Delhi has been working on policies to scrutinize and stymie the influx of Chinese goods into the country. In his customary national address on 15 August, India’s Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked Indians to be vigilant about the dangers of
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