India encourages people to buy their own goods, the next scene is unexpected, and Modi is helpless
Recently, the attention of the Indian public has shifted from the epidemic to the border issue. From the perspective of bystanders, the Indian government has already achieved the expected results. Although we all know that the Indian people’s indignation under distorted facts is like a joke, but we have to say, Modi this The move did reduce the pressure on the Indian government. At present, the resistance of the Indian people has become more and more high, and Modi has repeatedly spoken to encourage the Indian people to buy domestically produced goods. However, what happened next made the Indian government unexpected, and even Modi was helpless.
According to Indian media reports, India’s domestic textile industry is facing severe challenges. Since the outbreak of Indian boycotts, India has not imported any silk raw materials from my country for more than 20 days, which directly caused many Indian textile factories to face the risk of shutdown and bankruptcy. As we all know, India is a large importer of raw materials. Because India’s light industry is not very developed, many goods are imported from other countries, and 80%of the raw materials for silk yarn come from China. Of course, as the top trading country in the world, our trade with India is very frequent, not only the silk products industry, but also many industries that involve secondary processing. Although India has tried every means to find a solution during the boycott process, it is difficult for other countries to meet the import volume of Indian goods.
In the pharmaceutical industry, India’s ability to copy drugs is recognized by many countries, so Indian drugs are well known in the world. However, according to data published by India, from 2018 to 2019, 68%of the active pharmaceutical ingredients used in the manufacture of drugs in India came from China. From these data, we can see that our trade with India is very close.
All in all, if you want a country to develop rapidly, the economy is the most fundamental driving force. If a large number of factories in India are closed, then what should India do with internal and external problems?