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US Blacklists Nine Chinese Companies Including Xiaomi Over Alleged Military Links

Jan 15, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

The move comes after about 60 Chinese companies were added to the list in December, including drone maker DJI and semiconductor firm SMIC.

Interest In China-Made Products Declines This Festive Season: Survey

Nov 16, 2020 PTI

The survey also suggests that Indian manufacturers have to focus on improving quality, to better compete with Chinese goods


IPL Title Sponsorship: Vivo's Substitute To Be Finalised By August 18

Despite its initial stand to stick with all the sponsors, including the Chinese companies, the BCCI was forced to sever ties with Vivo following massive public outrage over the India-China border stand-off

IPL 2020: BCCI Officially Suspends Vivo As Indian Premier League's Title Sponsor

Aug 06, 2020 PTI

The BCCI sent out a one-line statement without giving any details to say that Vivo will not be associated with the IPL this year


Jio IPL Or Patanjali IPL: Fans Suggest Hilarious Solutions To BCCI's 'Chinese' Problem

Hit by Vivo's pull out as IPL sponsor for the 2020 season, the BCCI has little to find a suitable solution. But the answer is right front of it, thanks to Indian fans

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03 August, 2020

IPL With Chinese Sponsors: Angry Indian Cricket Fans Call For #BoycottIPL

Outlook Web Bureau

A lingering issue for the Indian Premier League (IPL) which was put to rest on Sunday during the Governing Council meeting was Chinese sponsorship, but fans are not happy


03 August, 2020

Now The Chinese Will Know: Omar Abdullah Lambasts IPL For Retaining Chinese Sponsors

PTI

Reacting to IPL Governing Council's decision to retain Chinese sponsors, Omar Abdullah said "we always suspected that we really can't manage" without...


02 July, 2020

Banning Chinese Apps Was A ‘Digital Strike’: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

Outlook Web Bureau

“We banned Chinese apps to protect data of countrymen, it was a digital strike,” Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.


30 June, 2020

IPL Should Sever Ties With Chinese Sponsors For The Sake Of India, Says KXIP Co-owner Ness Wadia

PTI

India-China Tension: The BCCI has called a meeting of the IPL Governing Council to review Chinese sponsorships but that meeting is yet to take place. On Monday, India banned 59 Chinese apps


20 June, 2020

Governing Council Kept In Dark About Tweet On Review Of IPL Sponsorship Deals

Soumitra Bose

Even the Indian Premier League chairman Brijesh Patel had no clue that BCCI was planning a review of IPL sponsorship deals, most of which have Chinese links


05 June, 2020

Video: CRPF Personnel In Kashmir Take Pledge To Boycott Chinese Products

Naseer Ganai

A CRPF spokesperson told Outlook that the pledge taken by a paramilitary unit to boycott the Chinese products was an emotional response of an individual unit to the prevailing situation along the LAC in Ladakh region.


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02 August, 2019

US To Impose Additional 10% Tariff On Chinese Goods Worth $300 Billion

Outlook Web Bureau

Donald Trump said the new tariff, in addition to the 25 per cent on goods worth $250 billion that was previously in place, would come into effect from September 1.


07 October, 2018

Less Rations From Govt Forced Uttarakhand Villagers To Buy Chinese Food

Outlook Web Bureau

The villagers said apart from the insufficient quota of ration, even their allotted amount has not reached them in time.


18 September, 2018

Trump To Impose New Tariffs On $200 Billion Chinese Goods

Outlook Web Bureau

The administration announced on Monday that the additional tariffs which will take effect from September 24.


10 September, 2018

Alibaba Founder Jack Ma To Step Down In 2019, Who Will Succeed Him?

Outlook Web Bureau

Ma, 54, will hand over the keys of his company to 46-year-old Daniel Zhang in an unprecedented succession plan.


08 September, 2018

Alibaba Co-Founder Jack Ma To Retire To Pursue Philanthropy

Outlook Web Bureau

The Chinese billionaire would be spending more of his time and fortune focused on education.


30 August, 2018

Vietnam Allows Payment By Yuan in China Border Areas

Outlook Web Bureau

People and few organizations also will be able to use yuan for purchasing goods and services starting October 12


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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