Ban China Made Foods

I fail to understand why India is not banning China made foods. Yesterday my son went to starbucks and bought these mints. Made in China, approved by FSSAI.

Will fssai certify that it doesnt have crushed bone powder in them like they put in gelatin over there.

Why are the commercial
Pressures so high on fssai that food products made in china have to be sold in India.

Why does USA brand starbucks partnered with Tata have to do this?? more  

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In an open market economy, no one could be restricted to do business, it's the customer to choose whether to buy or not? India is also exporting food items in various countries, repurcassion will be there immediately, once restricted without any valid reasons. Quality assurance is an important issue and such items are always certified by international institution before exporting to any country. So it's better to have a strong evidence on poor quality prior to rake up such issue. WTO guidelines say so. more  
Food products imported from china are having low quality. Due to large demand and less price, main reason to import.

But before import we should do a quality check on their product. more  
We have a very strong pro chinese lobby. firstly all leftists are more pro china than tneir own country. They advise and give directions to Chinese companies. There are many greedy business men who want to make a fast buck. Profit margin on chinese goods is very high. They import and make huge profits. Chinese dominate in the international trade bodies. India helped China in becoming member of World Trade organization in 2001, but China has mostly blocked membership of india in various forums. If we block Chinese goods they may complain in WTO, as both are now members of WTO and have to follow the rules and regulations of WTO. Hence, India has to be cautious in blocking Chinese goods. Present Govt has imposed tariffs on certain goods from China but they are not very adequate From 2004 onwards, the Chinese economy grew at the rate of 12% for more than a decade. India was left far behind as we had spineless Goverment in the Country. we have to bear with the domination of China, particularly in view of the political and social situation in India. more  
We have a very strong pro chinese lobby. firstly all leftists are more pro china than tneir own country. They advise and give directions to Chinese companies. There are many greedy business men who want to make a fast buck. Profit margin on chinese goods is very high. They import and make huge profits. Chinese dominate in the international trade bodies. India helped China in becoming member of World Trade organization in 200, but China has mostly bolocked memebership of india in various forums. If we block Chinese goods they may complain in WTO. Hence, India has to be cautious in blocking Chinese goods. Present Govt has imposed tariffs on certain goods from China but they are not very adequate From 2004 onwards, the Chines economy grew at the rate of 12% for more than a decade. India was left far behind as we had spineless Goverment in the Country. we have to bear with the domination of China, particularly in view of the political and social situation in India. more  
As a policy we must ban all chinese items, whether it is food or other products. more  
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