There is tension between India and China, the two largest countries in the world in terms of production. India has decided to boycott China-based brands.
Coronavirus tension between India and China
While the effects of the coronavirus epidemic continue to diminish, albeit partially, around the world, the outbreak’s bill seems to be heavy for China. Many countries accuse China of not reporting the outbreak earlier.
One of the countries that blame China is India, one of the giant names in production. India, which is one of the production locations for many China-based brands, blames China for the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. Indian prime minister Narendra Modi launched a major boycott on this issue.
Wanting to sell Indian products across the country, Modi took an important step in this regard and the boycott spread all over the country. There is now a big boycott in India not to use not only Chinese products but also software. In fact, video content that boycotted China in China started to spread rapidly on platforms like TikTok. We can say that the start of such a boycott in India, which is an important market for China, will negatively affect the country’s economy.