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‘Make in India’ makes big splash in Chinese border town


  • Several shops, in the small town in the centre of Tibet, who import Indian handicrafts, spices and textiles, using ‘Made in India’ sign boards and traders are cashing on border trade through the Nathu La pass.
  • The India-China trade through Nathu La, which is just 50 km from this town, is flourishing though it is still just around Rs 17 crore.
  • China has opened a second route through the Himalayan pass of Nathu La in Sikkim, 4,000 metres above sea level, for the first batch of Kailash-Manasarovar pilgrims.

Source: TOI

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