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Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat presided over the Uttarakhand cabinet meeting which effectively barred Chinese companies from participating in government tenders.(HT FILE PHOTO)

Uttarakhand tweaks rule to bar Chinese firms from participating in state’s global tenders

By HT Correspondent | Hindustan Times, Dehradun
PUBLISHED ON DEC 09, 2020 07:29 PM IST
The amendment to the procurement rules of 2017 cited national security concerns without naming China and prohibited countries that share borders with Uttarakhand from participating in government tenders.
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Protesters in Bikaner burn an effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a demonstration against the killing of 20 Indian Army soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley by the Chinese troops.(PTI)
Protesters in Bikaner burn an effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a demonstration against the killing of 20 Indian Army soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley by the Chinese troops.(PTI)

After Galwan clash, states look to end contracts with Chinese firms

By HT Correspondents | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON JUN 21, 2020 07:49 PM IST
The death of 20 Indian soldiers has fuelled a demand across many parts of the country to boycott Chinese goods.
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Bilateral trade between India and China is set to cross USD 100 billion this year, India’s Ambassador to Beijing said.(Reuters File Photo)
Bilateral trade between India and China is set to cross USD 100 billion this year, India’s Ambassador to Beijing said.(Reuters File Photo)

India-China trade to cross $100 billion this year: Envoy

By Press Trust of India | Beijing, China
UPDATED ON JUN 06, 2019 04:46 PM IST
In his address, Indian Ambassador to China Vikram Misri said the informal summit between the PM Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping in Wuhan last year was a milestone.
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A man stands near a poster depicting a mural of US President Donald Trump, on display outside a restaurant in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong province.(AP File Photo)
A man stands near a poster depicting a mural of US President Donald Trump, on display outside a restaurant in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong province.(AP File Photo)

Not made in China: Companies shift production overseas to avoid US tariffs

By Agence France-Presse | Beijing
UPDATED ON SEP 11, 2018 11:11 AM IST
The world’s two largest economies have been locked in a months-long trade fight after Trump imposed 25% customs duties on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods this summer
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