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ICEA wants bars raised for Chinese companies in Indian markets

Justifying its stance, the ICEA in a presentation said the country had big global EMS players from Taiwan and the US, and home-grown players that could meet the requirements here

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Surajeet Das Gupta
The India Cellular and Electro­nics Association (ICEA), a leading organisation of mobile device and consumer electronics companies, has suggested discouraging new EMS (electronics manufacturing services) firms headquartered in China to operate in the country, saying this would lead to their dominating the supply chain.

A majority share of the components in making a mobile device comes from China.

The ICEA has suggested a Chinese EMS player setting up a manufacturing unit in India should have an equity cap of 24 per cent. It wants op­erating EMS companies in the country from China to bring down their stake below 49 per

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First Published: Mar 23 2023 | 10:46 PM IST

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