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Social Media Erupts With Cries For Full Boycott Chinese Products This Festive Season

Chinese companies which have invested substantial amount to make inroads into Indian market are right now worried over their future. Angry social media has erupted with cries for boycotting Chinese products this festive season; and going by the intensity with which this campaign is gaining ground, it can sound trouble for some Chinese firms, especially […] The post Social Media Erupts With Cries For Full Boycott Chinese Products This Festive Season first appeared on Trak.
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