India’s IT ministry
has no proposal to limit gross sales of foreign smartphone brands
that value under $150, a junior minister stated on Monday, after stories advised New Delhi might impose restrictions to advertise home gamers.
Rajeev Chandrasekhar‘s feedback adopted stories that India was planning to limit gross sales of low-cost Chinese smartphones to revive the prospects of Indian-build opponents.
Requested if there was any plan to restrict the sale of gadgets under 12,000 rupees ($150) to Indian manufacturers, Chandrasekhar instructed reporters: “There isn’t any such proposal in our ministry.”
“There’s a house for Indian manufacturers … it’s not to the exclusion of overseas suppliers or overseas manufacturers,” he stated.
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