Feef, 26 Nov 2020It's a great move by our country as it will be beneficial for non Chinese brands. Nowaday... moreThen why is government forcing us?
The risk of data privacy (if at all there is any "risk") should left on the user. Tell everyone that the apps steal data and leave it to people if they want to risk their data or not? What's the purpose of banning?
After all, this is democracy, right? The "best" form of government, where citizen gets most of the "rights". So, why let us choose what is good for us and what isn't?
But people got mad when America banned Huawei
Apple trying to double dip benefits by taking concessions by opening assembly units, and instead of reducing prices, they have both increased the prices, import it from China without having to pay customs duties(in the name of having assembly units for older versions, just a smoke screen).This is Government in India is not like earlier foreign led person to sell the country through corruption.
ShrillyChinese, 26 Nov 2020What were the Chinese companies that didn't steal designs and technology by coercing US a... moreEver heard of "Mahindra & Mahindra"? The largest "independent Indian" automobile manufacturer?
Each and every design they have produced till now is "exact" same copy of some Jeep model. Each and every. Their most hyped car, Thar costs one fourth of Jeep Wrangler and is its exact copy. Their initial models of Marshal, Commander, etc. all were copies of Jeep Willys, and other models.
Although Jeep never filed any copyright infringement (cause it takes years to settle the dispute), probably because India is not a market for Jeep. But, when M&M expanded to US, they met a case filed by Jeep. And you know what that "Indian" brand designed? "Roxor". Google it. The most ugliest car you would have ever seen.
So, don't thump your chest if you don't know how many designs Indians steal. The largest Indian automaker is built on the stone of plagiarism.
And yeah, Micromax, once, the "largest" Indian smartphone manufacturer, kept rebranding those who "copy" the rest of the world.
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2020Communism isn't dictatorshipI know. But some RW nationalists keep thumping their chests over democracy. I don't know who fooled them or they are fooling everyone by saying "democracy is best". I just tried to reply them in their own language.
It's always good to block Chinese shit, but I love Mi phones.
A country wants to create something so that they would be "less" dependent on another country which could pose a threat in a long run... How would one do that??... By making it difficult to do what companies are doing right now and make them look for new answers...
Fact is China is pretty big, powerful when it comes to manufacturing... But that doesn't mean no other country shouldn't even try...
Is what india doing correct?
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2020So you want India to get further damaged? Wow! Looking at this comment it is clear that you ar... moreIf India is doing everything right, then all I am hoping is a similar "right" moves by China.
When it's war you need help? Look at North Korea, they cannot sustain its people, no development other than Pyongyang that too filled with actors, don't rely on yourself too much, you need trade
[deleted post]What you said is correct. They really messed up
wongwatt, 26 Nov 2020Democracies should not dictate to their citizens, freedom to buy whatever phone you want is a ... moreJust like you have been using Google and Facebook and providing access to all the news channels of the world in China
ericwang, 26 Nov 2020lmao,so why i can read gsmarena everyday? Lmao try YouTube, twitter,Facebook..... Without vpn china bot. Stop working against your people
[deleted post]Samsung- manufactured in India
World's largest mobile factory is in Noida owned by Samsung
Manufacturing in India is a must. In long term it will be beneficial. But only large companies can do that, it'll be difficult for small companies. Also, there's an insane amount of dirty politics in India, so setting up a manufacturing hub isn't as easy as one may think as companies may not prefer to bribe off every hurdle they come across.
More and more countries should follow India's boycott on China's stuff in order to develop themselves.
INDIAN WANKER, 26 Nov 2020I think its a great move, this will help China shift its production to other countries and Ind... moreOnly time will say who will reach Stone Age ... fear of China is evident
SShreyas, 26 Nov 2020What do you want? The already paralysed Indian economy (even before pandemic) won't eve... moreSo you want India to get further damaged? Wow! Looking at this comment it is clear that you are simply an India hater. Now you don't even try to hide your true nature anymore.
This government will most probably won't be there in 2024 but by that time the country will be completely destroyed.