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India holds up wireless approvals for China-made devices, delaying launches

India has held up approvals for import of wifi modules from China for months, driving companies such as U.S. computer makers Dell and HP and China's Xiaomi, Lenovo, and others to delay product launch.

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India | Dell | HP

Sankalp Phartiyal | Reuters 



electronics, TECH, SMARTPHONES, mobiles, manufacturing, robotics, automation, ai, technology
India previously allowed companies to self-declare wireless equipment, a move that made imports easier, but new rules in March 2019 mandated firms to seek government approval.

has held up approvals for import of wifi modules from for months, driving companies such as U.S. computer makers and and China’s Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and to delay product launches in a key growth market, two industry sources said.

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First Published: Fri, May 07 2021. 13:32 IST

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