New Delhi: In the midst of a boycott campaign for sugar products running across the country, now the business organization has given a suggestion to the government. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has told the government that the products sold by online companies should also be mentioned in which country they are made. Kat says that Chinese products are being sold at most e-commerce companies.
The trade organization has suggested to Union Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal that the provision of doing so should be made necessary for these companies. According to website zeebiz.com, CAT general secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that this would make it easier for customers to take a decision on whether to buy goods or not. According to the organization, most e-commerce portals sell products made in China. But customers are not aware of this. In such a situation, customers who want to boycott Chinese goods are not able to do so.
Government has made rules
The central government is introducing a new rule for e-commerce companies. However, it has not been officially announced yet. Under this, companies will have to write on all their products sold whether they are made in India or any other country.
According to an official of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the Government of India, preparations have been made to surround China all-round. For this, China will be hurt the most on the economic front. For this, the entire blueprint has also been prepared by the government. With this, there will be a strict investigation of Chinese companies before coming to India.