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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Truth behind Chinese App Ban in India

Banning Chinese apps including TikTok is just an incomplete step. Okay, let's just talk about anyone app like TikTok. Operating in India, these companies had 85-90% Indian employees including business managers, technical support, ads support, team leaders, etc. Now if these apps are banned, which is no doubt a bold step to fight with China, but then these Indian employees who will be losing their jobs from these companies because of this should get either compensation that will help them in the meantime while they find new jobs or should be given new jobs by the government.

In fact, if we talk about the alternatives of TikTok like Chingari or Mitron, honestly I have not used any of them but I had a discussion on reviews of these apps, I got to know that these are the poorly built apps which require high bandwidth to load quickly. It can be improved easily as we have some tech minds.

  
 
Leave it about apps but what about manufacturing, they are manufacturing at such a scale that youngsters from different countries like India, US are selling products from Ali Express as drop shipping. And again those products have a very very low price plus the shipping facilities are also good.

If we really want to conquer trade then the product must be the priority. Not only production but scalable and quality production at a lower price. But in our country, farmers have to commit suicide because they never get paid for their fields and still the price of their crops is over the top.

The trade policies are more strict here, Plus the middlemen culture. In such a scenario what can be done?

1. First, there should be a publically available list of all the items imported from China. It should be categorized into daily use items, seasonal items, luxury items. For example, crackers or Diwali lights are seasonal,

2. The list should be shared with the industrialists, entrepreneurs, students and business schools, IITs and IIMs, startups, MSNEs, and colleges.

3. At first, we should start producing things which can be easily produced. (Easily here as compared to the articles in the list)

4. For scaling or innovating the production, instead of the traditional projects in colleges, a project for finding solutions or scaling production should be given to students. So that all together we can give the required skills to our students plus innovate and create jobs as well.

5. Every company, industrialist, College, all should choose one product, and that product must be registered so that no two companies will be making the same product. Now all these organizations must give 2-3 years for producing this product and scaling it like the way we did for PPE kits.

6. Not immediately after this but after 5-10 years, we will be the manufacturing hub of the world.

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