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India has announced new incentives to lure electronics manufacturers to its shores. The nation's cabinet last week approved two plans. One, the "Production Incentive Scheme (PLI) for Large Scale Electronics Manufacturing" is designed "to benefit 5-6 major global players and few domestic champions, in the field of mobile …

  1. Khaptain Silver badge

    What about trust

    Maybe the government should try and put a stop to the fake call centers calls first.

  2. Public Citizen
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    Now that China has demonstrated that it has production problems beyond the annual shudown for New Years Celebration we are most likely be seeing more of these initiatives as other "players" attempt to bootstrap their own economies into the first world as well.

    Until China solves its "Wet Market" problem it will continue to represent a threat to world health in addition to being an unreliable source of supply. The damage from the supply chain breakdown from relying on China for too much of the worlds manufacturing will take several years to reconstruct.

  3. Old Lady

    You took our call centre industry & made a pig’s breakfast of that. Now it seems you took the manufacture of paracetamol which you have now decided to keep for yourself. No way should you be given the manufacture of precision instruments. When China says it will be done it is done but when India says it will be done then you mean if not today then maybe tomorrow.

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