A survey found that around 49 percent of its respondents felt that Chinese companies should be allowed to sell products in India, but wanted their data to be kept in India and at the companies’ Chinese headquarters. should not be changed.
A survey by Local Circles showed that 35 percent said such sales should be banned completely while 14 percent said they should only be allowed to sell products made in India.
About 25 percent said such companies should only be allowed to sell products made in India if there is no data sharing with China and 20 percent said all products should be allowed if there is no data sharing with China. Sale of should be allowed.
About 4 percent said sales of all products should be allowed if no data is being shared with China, and only 2 percent said sales should be allowed.
49 percent of all netizens believe that if Chinese multinational companies want to sell products in India, the personal as well as aggregate data of Indian customers should stay in India and not go abroad to the company’s China headquarters. ” said the local circles report.
On whether action should be taken against Chinese-invested Indian companies, 30 percent of respondents said action should be taken only if Chinese ownership is more than 10 percent, while 29 percent said Chinese-owned companies ‘ Action should be taken.
While 27 percent said no action should be taken against such companies, Chinese directors should resign and only 11 percent said no action should be taken against such companies.
In addition, during the survey, more than 3,000 Indian small businessmen were asked what would be the impact on their business in the short term if India cuts economic ties with China, and 7 percent of the businessmen said that it would have a very negative impact, while 20 percent said so. There will be some negative impact.
14 percent said it would have some positive impact while 10 percent believed it would have a very positive impact, 42 percent said it would have no impact on their business.
27 percent say it will have a negative impact while 24 percent say it will have a positive impact,” and shows that small businesses are divided on whether India cuts ties with China.