India's 'ultra-conventional' anti-dumping fire is aimed at China (part 2)
Experts pointed out that China and India are more competitive than complementary in the overall structure of the foreign economy: both countries use developed markets in Europe and the United States as the main foreign trade partners, and there will be no fundamental changes in the short term; MicrosoftInternetExplorer402DocumentNotSpecified7.8 pounds Normal0 superior. Experts pointed out that China and India are more competitive than complementary in the overall structure of the foreign economy: both countries use developed markets in Europe and the United States as the main foreign trade partners, and there will be no fundamental changes in the short term; the structure of exports of the two countries The same is true. For textiles, the competition between the two parties is very fierce. Because of the low prices of Chinese products, the export market for Indian products is gradually shrinking; India mainly relies on primary products, while China mainly exports manufactured goods; India’s economic system is relatively complete. , But its manufacturing industry is underdeveloped, and China is becoming a factory of the world economy by virtue of cheap labor and advanced manufacturing. Even European and American countries feel pressure, not to mention India. In addition, countries with ulterior motives in the international community are panicking about the continuous and rapid development of China and fabricating the China threat theory to cause more anxiety in India. Chinese companies are also responsible. Chinese companies are also responsible for being anti-dumping. Dr. Gu Xiaosong of the Guangxi Academy of Social Sciences said that first of all, when Chinese goods enter India, most of them fight price wars, and the method used is bombing. As long as Chinese companies see that a certain product sells well in the Indian market, this product will appear in the market in the short term. For example, China exports architectural ceramics, textiles and clothing, and mechanical and electrical products. Secondly, some Chinese companies still have a poverty alleviation attitude towards India. Many companies have returned from inspections in India and said that Indians are very poor and the local sanitation conditions are very poor, and they cannot compare with ours. Therefore, most of the products sold to India are primary products. Many of the products are of poor quality, insufficient quantity, lack of credibility, and delayed delivery. These have caused dissatisfaction from the Indian side and increased trade disputes between the two countries. The reporter found that at present, this contradiction has spread to the investment field. It is understood that India has banned some Chinese companies from investing locally on the grounds of causing potential'security threats' to the country. On August 30, the Times of India reported that the Indian government has decided to prohibit Chinese companies from investing in or participating in the management of Indian ports. . According to the advice of experts on South Asia issues, both China and India should correct their mentality. You must know that although there is competition between China and India, it is only a partial and small issue of distribution of benefits. For both parties, the most important issue at present is how to face the competition from developed countries.