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Make in India Investments Brings Jitters to China; Chinese Nationalistic Tabloid Warns Of India’s Rise In Manufacturing

In 2015, Chinese investments accounted for a paltry 2.2% share out of $39.3 billion FDI infused into India. But the rate at which this percentage is increasing has alarmed Chinese media. At a time when more and more Chinese and Japanese manufacturing majors have started shifting their base to India, a leading nationalistic Chinese tabloid, […] The post Make in India Investments Brings Jitters to China; Chinese Nationalistic Tabloid Warns Of India’s Rise In Manufacturing first appeared on Trak.
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