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India to ban Chinese firms from participating in highway projects, even via joint ventures, says Nitin Gadkari
India

India to ban Chinese firms from participating in highway projects, even via joint ventures, says Nitin Gadkari

Gadkari also said the government will ensure that Chinese investors are not entertained in various sectors like MSMEs.

India-China border tensions: Call for ban on Chinese goods ignores economic realities and will hurt Indian companies
India

India-China border tensions: Call for ban on Chinese goods ignores economic realities and will hurt Indian companies

To stop drinking tea and eating momos – because Chinese soldiers have occupied a section of Indian territory in Ladakh – is surely not going to cause much distress to China. Nor will uninstalling TikTok and Zoom cause them to flee Galwan valley.

Stock, commodity, bond, forex markets closed today for Eid ul Fitr; to resume trading tomorrow
Business

Stock, commodity, bond, forex markets closed today for Eid ul Fitr; to resume trading tomorrow

Wholesale commodity markets, including metal and bullion, will also remain shut

Senate passes bill to block Chinese companies from listing their shares on US securities exchanges
Business

Senate passes bill to block Chinese companies from listing their shares on US securities exchanges

The US Senate passed legislation on Wednesday that could prevent some Chinese companies from listing their shares on US exchanges unless they follow standards for US audits and regulations

Low cost smartphones make money off our privacy, it's time we fixed this
News & Analysis

Low cost smartphones make money off our privacy, it's time we fixed this

Some smartphone manufacturers bundle the consent provided by users when first accessing their device

Sensex slumps 219 points as trade concerns mount, Nifty cracks below the 10,800 mark
Business

Sensex slumps 219 points as trade concerns mount, Nifty cracks below the 10,800 mark

The BSE Sensex tumbled over 219 points to close at 35,470.35, while the broader Nifty fell 59.40 points to 10,762.45

Beijing protests US sanctions on Chinese firms accused of conducting illicit economic deals with North Korea
World

Beijing protests US sanctions on Chinese firms accused of conducting illicit economic deals with North Korea

Beijing has protested against Washington's decision to impose sanctions against Chinese companies accused of conducting illicit deals with North Korea

Indian Cellular Association urges Chinese mobile companies to embrace 'Make in India'
News & Analysis

Indian Cellular Association urges Chinese mobile companies to embrace 'Make in India'

At a time when India is poised to become a global manufacturing hub for mobile phones and components, Pankaj Mohindroo, National President, Indian Cellular Association (ICA), has asked Chinese companies to partner with Indian firms for setting up a manufacturing base in the country.

Chinese goods against India's national interest, says Gujarat Chamber of Commerce; calls for ban
Business

Chinese goods against India's national interest, says Gujarat Chamber of Commerce; calls for ban

GCCI called for boycott of Chinese products, saying that China is "siding with Pakistan against us, whether it is about harbouring terrorist Masood Azhar, or using its veto to stall our bid for the Nuclear Suppliers Group membership.

SEZs in coastal areas: Anand Mahindra warns of 'demographic disaster' sans jobs
Business

SEZs in coastal areas: Anand Mahindra warns of 'demographic disaster' sans jobs

Mahindra said if he were a policymaker, multinationals including Chinese companies who have set up shops in similar zones back there will be the first ones to be invited to invest in such exclusive enclaves.

Huawei defies China slowdown that's enveloping Xiaomi and Samsung
News & Analysis

Huawei defies China slowdown that's enveloping Xiaomi and Samsung

Huawei Technologies Co Ltd doubled its China smartphone revenue in the first half of this year, defying a slowdown in the world's biggest handset market that is enveloping rivals Xiaomi Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.

Xiaomi-backed Chinese firm acquires iconic scooter maker Segway
News & Analysis

Xiaomi-backed Chinese firm acquires iconic scooter maker Segway

Chinese transportation robotics firm Ninebot said on Wednesday it has acquired U.S. rival Segway, the company behind the self-balancing scooter that became a technological marvel when it was launched in the early 2000s but whose hype then faded.

China threatens to shut down Sina's news service over insufficient censorship
News & Analysis

China threatens to shut down Sina's news service over insufficient censorship

China will punish web portal and social media firm Sina Corp after it was identified as operating the most complained about major website in the country, the Internet regulator said, the latest blow in an ongoing online crackdown.

Alibaba's Jack Ma seeks to reassure employees over US lawsuits
News & Analysis

Alibaba's Jack Ma seeks to reassure employees over US lawsuits

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd Executive Chairman Jack Ma urged employees to relax about US. lawsuits against the firm over possible failure to disclose information to investors, in a letter to staff posted on his official microblog.

China tightens rules on Internet use, online comments
News & Analysis

China tightens rules on Internet use, online comments

China has tightened Internet controls with new rules that require users to register their real names and barring online material that challenges the country's political system.

Huawei targets $16 billion revenue in consumer business group this year
News & Analysis

Huawei targets $16 billion revenue in consumer business group this year

China's Huawei is targeting $16 billion in revenue for its consumer business group this year, the head of the unit, Richard Yu, said.

Qualcomm may face over $1 billion record fine in China: Report
News & Analysis

Qualcomm may face over $1 billion record fine in China: Report

Qualcomm, the world's biggest mobile chipmaker, may face a record fine of over $1 billion in China for overcharging and abusing its market position in wireless communication standards.

Two Chinese companies back out of locomotives projects in Bihar
Economy

Two Chinese companies back out of locomotives projects in Bihar

CNR Corporation and CSR Corporation, both based in China, had submitted qualifying bids for the electric locomotive factory at Madhepura and diesel locomotive factory at Marwhora