CAIT asked to boycott of Chinese products in India

The Confederation all India Traders (CAIT) has announced a boycott of Chinese goods.

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The All India Business Association on Thursday asked Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, and Sachin Tendulkar to stop promoting Chinese products under the ‘Bharatiya Saman Hummer’ campaign.

CAIT is representing 70 million traders and 40,000 business associations. the organization said, “A list of various items has been drawn up which can be excluded. As part of the campaign, traders will be encouraged not to sell Chinese products and buyers will be urged to buy domestic products.”

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