Three reasons why India has gone soft on Chinese companies and why Indians haven’t been stupid two to the end?

#Why India is going soft on Chinese companies #[Three reasons why Indians aren’t stupid two to the end yet] Previously, India was very just, blocking 59 Chinese apps in one go, and I’ve talked about this on the show. Coupled with the China-India border conflict, when everyone thought India would just go down further, India started to soften. India’s Minister of Electronics and Information Technology, Daughtry, announced that there are no plans to deactivate all China-related apps or to exclude Chinese companies from 5G construction.

What is India up to? Let me highlight three things.

A little bit to the left: without blocking it, it turns out that Chinese tech companies have set up so many games on the Indian internet. Statistics show that apps from China will have a 30-40% share of the Indian market in 2019. Currently, 18 of the top 30 internet companies in India are invested by Chinese companies. Apart from internet, communication devices account for an even higher share. More than 53% of the equipment in the mobile projects of Indian state-owned telecom companies came from China, with 44% from ZTE and 9% from Huawei.

A little to the right: Since India is the world’s second largest market outside of China, almost most of the Chinese tech giants have a presence in India, including Huawei, ZTE, Tencent, Ali, Baidu, Weibo, Byte, FMCG, etc. Can India abandon all of them due to their deep pre-layout? Like getting rid of half the communications equipment? How is that possible, Indians are not two to that extent.

The next point: Actually, the ones with the fiercest mouths are the ultra-nationalists and some politicians, and the telecom operators are still trying to cooperate with Chinese companies in 5G. For example, using Huawei’s 5G solution, with its good technology, good service and cheap price, is a fool’s errand. But the government wouldn’t let the operators use it and the operators had no choice. Now that India’s Minister of Electronics and Information Technology has spoken, operators are seeing hope again.