TOP SEVEN WAYS TO BOYCOTT CHINA

1. Focus on Skilled Labours

Unskilled labour doesn’t have an identity, they can be replaced easily. If unskilled labour is not ready to work for 100 rupees than there are thousand other labourers waiting to take his place. What is Skilled Labour ? Skilled Labourers are those whose experience becomes their asset and they become companies asset. China mainly focuses on Vocational education, the education which focuses on practical, skill-based, and technique is named as Vocational education. In, India there is no guarantee that a graduate will get employment. So, why won’t poor man think send his child to school is almost a waste of time and money.

2. Cluster Development

China believes in Cluster development. Cluster development is the economic development of business clusters. Strong local clusters with capable local suppliers and institutions improve company productivity. Now, if there is a supermarket near our house/company where all things are available, so which a reduce waste of your time and money. That’s what China did, they create a cluster or Economical zone where each company could get everything they needed in one area. So connectivity increases hence opportunity increases.

3.Local Businesses

In India, Migration Control is not there major development takes place in big cities people have a misconception that city life is better. Cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore are over-crowded. China controls its migration problem by giving a local password. If any family leaves an area which they belong to and shift to other then they lose some free benefits. China calls this system a HUKOU system. They encourage people to set local businesses that support big businesses. If anyone gets an incentive to start a business locally why should they go to cities? This will encourage people to contribute Made in India initiative.

4.Stop buying Chinese Products

As the standoff with Chinese troops on the border turned ugly, Twitterati also took to social media to make #BoycottChineseProducts, #BoycottChinese,#HindiChinibyebye, #BoycottChina,#ChinaGetOut campaign trend again. #IndiaChinaFaceOff, #IndiaChinaBorder, were among the other trending topics. In our house over 83 percent products are made in china, throwing them out is not the right way, instead of from now what we can search for an alternative within a year percentage will drop to 50 and it will keep reducing and reducing, at a certain time we will only pay for some essential things only to china. This will encourage people to contribute Made in India initiative and can boost India’s economy rapidly.

5.Stop giving access to our Data

Indian intelligence agencies have red-flagged usage of over 50 China- apps as being a threat to national security. The Intel agencies have asked the government to block or input people to stop the use of the apps which remain popular among Indian users. India's security agencies have raised concerns that these apps aren’t safe and end up extracting a large amount of data outside India. The list includes popular apps TikTok and Bigo Live, Shareit, UC Browser, Shein. Intel agencies have raised concerns about video-conferencing app Zoom which was found to sell, data of private companies, and many organizations on the recommendation of the national cybersecurity agency.

6.Making Made in India work

Chinese products are excellent but to become self-reliant we have to minimize the usage of their goods or consume as low as possible. But for that, we have to enlarge the capacity for domestic products. Is there some point that this activity will not in one day but by making small initiative individually we can do in the near future. Apart from that, we need to make better technology or come up with new things so that we can produce better goods than Chinese goods. If we gained these changes faster than we will able to go for the tag of a stronger economy.

7. How Government can attract Foreign Investors

Governments try to attract foreign investment because it helps to create more job chance in a country, in the service sector. Many of the companies are dropping their plant from china and shifting to other countries. Central and the State governments Eire taking special steps to attract foreign companies to invest in India. a. Special Economic Zones are being set up. Special Economic Zones are to have world-class facilities in the field of electricity, water, roads, transport, storage recreational, and educational facilities. b. Companies that set up production units in the SEZs, do not have to pay taxes for an initial period of five years. The government has allowed flexibility in the labour laws. In recent years, the government has allowed companies to ignore many of the rules and regulations. c. Companies can hire workers for short periods when there is intense pressure of work, This is done to reduce the cost of labour for the company.

AUTHOR

Samarjeet singh