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New Delhi: Chinese Items Sale Through Online Retail Seems Still A Reality In India As Most

New Delhi: Chinese items sale through online retail seems still a reality in India as most e-tailers such as Club Factory, Shein and Romwe continue to spread th

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New Delhi: Chinese items sale through online retail seems still a reality in India as most e-tailers such as Club Factory, Shein and Romwe continue to spread their tentacles across the e-commerce market despite the Narendra Modi-led government last month imposed a ban on 59 Chinese malicious mobile apps on concerns over data security and privacy.

With Chinese apps banned by the Centre, including Bytedance’s TikTok, Alibaba’s UC Browser, India has increased the level of scrutiny of investments coming from Beijing— both directly and indirectly. Plus, the government has reportedly drawn a strategy to restrict cheap imports in a bid to achieve its self-reliance goals.

These Chinese online marketplaces have been accepting and shipping products in a selective way to Indian consumers, as per users and ET’s own analysis. Also, these banned apps were promptly taken down from Google Play store and Apple App store. It is worth noting that their websites remain functional for users through India’s telecom networks, and a few small internet service providers (ISPs).

New Delhi: Chinese items sale through online retail seems still a reality in India as most e-tailers such as Club Factory, Shein and Romwe continue to spread their tentacles across the e-commerce market despite the Narendra Modi-led government last month imposed a ban on 59 Chinese malicious mobile apps on concerns over data security and privacy.

With Chinese apps banned by the Centre, including Bytedance’s TikTok, Alibaba’s UC Browser, India has increased the level of scrutiny of investments coming from Beijing— both directly and indirectly. Plus, the government has reportedly drawn a strategy to restrict cheap imports in a bid to achieve its self-reliance goals.

These Chinese online marketplaces have been accepting and shipping products in a selective way to Indian consumers, as per users and ET’s own analysis. Also, these banned apps were promptly taken down from Google Play store and Apple App store. It is worth noting that their websites remain functional for users through India’s telecom networks, and a few small internet service providers (ISPs).

New Delhi: Chinese items sale through online retail seems still a reality in India as most e-tailers such as Club Factory, Shein and Romwe continue to spread their tentacles across the e-commerce market despite the Narendra Modi-led government last month imposed a ban on 59 Chinese malicious mobile apps on concerns over data security and privacy.

With Chinese apps banned by the Centre, including Bytedance’s TikTok, Alibaba’s UC Browser, India has increased the level of scrutiny of investments coming from Beijing— both directly and indirectly. Plus, the government has reportedly drawn a strategy to restrict cheap imports in a bid to achieve its self-reliance goals.

These Chinese online marketplaces have been accepting and shipping products in a selective way to Indian consumers, as per users and ET’s own analysis. Also, these banned apps were promptly taken down from Google Play store and Apple App store. It is worth noting that their websites remain functional for users through India’s telecom networks, and a few small internet service providers (ISPs).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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