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Anti-China sentiment may not be favourable, say Indian smartphone makers

Most Indian smartphone makers were relegated following the entry of Chinese companies in the last few years, while others turned into OEM suppliers for the overseas firms, industry experts said

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smartphone buyers in India | Ssmartphone market | Indian smartphone market

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

India's handset industry may go past the 300-mn unit mark in 2019
Lava International Ltd, another Indian company, said the anger among people against China and its products will not translate into more business for the firm

Indian smartphone makers are not too hopeful over prospects of a reversal in fortunes due to the current anti-Chinese sentiments triggered by the Sino- India border tension, insisting that low-cost funding is the need of the hour to take on foreign rivals.

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First Published: Mon, June 22 2020. 18:40 IST
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