India-China clash: Can't make money while soldiers are killed, says Jindal

“A lot of my friends and co-industrialists are upset as their business with China is important to maintain healthy margins and continuity,” Jindal said via a company statement.
Sajjan Jindal, chairman, JSW Group, blamed the  complacency of domestic industry for increased dependency on cheaper Chinese imports. 

“A lot of my friends and co-industrialists are upset as their business with China is important to maintain healthy margins and continuity,” Jindal said via a company statement. “We cannot keep making money by buying cheaper Chinese raw materials for our business while our soldiers are getting killed at the LAC,” he added.





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