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Make in India vs Made in China: Who outweighs the other?

India has to assess whether it is time to look the dragon in the eye, or face the mirror.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has issued a clarion call to Make in India. Sonam Wangchuk had added a clamour of ‘boycott everything Chinese’ to muffle the demand of Made in China. To begin with, popular satirist Saloni Gaur has decided to deprive TikTok of her uber cool and super funny satires.

An app, Remove China Apps, developed by Indian firm OneTouch AppLabs, that tried to take the clamour to a crescendo, has however, been removed from Google Play Store. But that hasn’t really silenced the boycott ‘Made in China’ call.

The call to make in India comes amid many provocations, both human and viral in nature. The coronavirus outbreak showed global supply chains can be disrupted, that over-reliance on these chains could lead to inviting supply of viruses, as happened with Italy, and that not manufacturing at home meant

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