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The Hindu Editorial Express at 8 am | 14 August | UPSC, RRB, Bank, IBPS, SSC

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  2. Trade war can be defined as the imposition of tariffs on the imports of another country. So that it can help in the increment of domestic production.
    Well the trade war begins in March 2018 when The president of the U.S., Mr. Donald Trump has instigated the global trade war citing against the unfair trade practices in the United States. This initiative was against China because of its unfair dumping of its goods in other countries. At that time the U.S. imposed 25% tariff duty on steel and 10% tariff duty on aluminum in order to reduce the imbalance of trade in the United States.
    In WTO meeting many countries opposed the U.S. for this decision. Because the impact of trade war will always bad for developing as well as under developing countries.
    Since India is a developing country so we can say that trade war is bad for our country. The value of Indian rupee has declined and the price of crude oil has raised after this. Since it can be good because it helps in the increment of job opportunities within the country in the manufacturing sector. But on a large scale it is kind of threat. It is necessary for developing countries as like India to have a good economic relationship with other countries because further it will help in growing the GDP of country.
    There are many countries in world other than the U.S., India should try to make better trade relationship with other countries so that it will not be effected more by trade war.

  3. Trade war in a situation in which countries try to damage each other's trade, typically by the imposing of tariffs or quota restrictions.
    A few days ago Donald Trump led us administration imposed $34 billion worth of tariffs on chinese goods. The us has started imposing tariffs on as much as 25 percent on $34 billion in chinese imports, as announced earlier . Reacting on the latest development , Beijing said it would promptly strike back with higher duties on equal amount of the us exports.Donald Trump told reports that he may also consider imposing additional tariffs of $50 billion on chinese goods ,if Beijing retaliates.
    several countries including India have warned the us at the WTO not to impose unilateral trade measures. India is obviously one of those countries with higher exposure to commodities ,especially oil imports, dragging the current account to a deeper stretch going forward and this is basically negative for INR.
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  5. when one country raises tariff on another country for purchasing goods hence another country also increase tariff for retaliation then it is called "" trade war"" . recently usa increase tariff charge on aluminum by purchasing it to china . hence china also include some goods list which are imported from usa charges tariff. china also devalution its currency due to sudden increase in tariff by usa . due o this chinese item after purchasing remain low price after increase tariff .

  6. The sharp fall in rupees has already rattled stock markets ,if the rupees continues to fall sharply ,impacts will become costlier ,stocking inflation .Since ,India runs a trade deficit (imports are more than exports),chances are the current account deficit will also rise,which be further pressure the rupee.Falling rupee is bad for ,those companies that have dollar denominated loan and also for foreign flow because stock market returns become unattractive.The fact that china and India compete for several exports items such as textiles gems and jeweler etc.will also go against domestic exports analyst says.
    "The large overlap between India and china in markets and also products highlights the threat Indian exporters from china."The economic slow down in China which is among the top five countries for Indian exporters -is another negative for Indian exporters ,analyst says.There are fear that the sharp devaluation in yuan will help china dump goods into the Indian market ,which will impact domestic manufactures.

  7. My self Pushpendra Tiwari
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    Trade on India vs Chaina :-
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    = India has not taken China's threats seriously on the occasion of Dokalam nor has it been sensitive to China's warning of China. Both countries know that war is not in the interest of both. But there are currently conditions like trade war between China and India, which need to be taken seriously.

    Why Trade War Causes
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    Recently, India has imposed anti-dumping duty on 93 Chinese products. There is a possibility that China will also respond to it.

    It is understood that the state-owned Chinese media has asked Chinese firms to reconsider the risk of investment in India and impose anti-dumping charges as a malicious act.

    Why Trade war is not right for India?
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    India's trade deficit with China increased to $ 46.56 billion last year. China's exports to India is $ 58.33 billion, which will be said to be a normal increase compared to $ 58.25 billion in 2015. At the same time, India's exports to China fell 12 percent to $ 11.76 billion, compared to the year 2015.

    India lowers exports to China while imports are high. Actually, the goods imported from China mainly include electronics and other manufactured goods, whose demand is very high.

    It is understood that China exports only 2 percent of its total global exports, that means if India imposes restrictions on Chinese goods, China's global exports will remain unaffected.

    However, India's growing market is an attractive investment destination for China, and its example is to make Chinese smartphone business a strong penetration in Indian markets. But China has now started to gain access to its electronics products in Europe and Africa markets.

    India today imports more than 70,000 crores per year in the telecom sector, a major portion of this import comes through Chinese firms like Huawei and ZTE. India's pharma sector is also dependent on Chinese imports.

    Electricity is another area where India is dependent on Chinese imports. In the 12th Plan alone, about 30% of the production capacity was imported from China.

    In these circumstances, India and China are seeing more damage to trade war between India and India.

    Forward path

    The popular concept is that China is dumping consumer goods into India, but the fact is that India is also dependent on China for capital goods. The reduction in import of affordable capital goods will increase the cost of production which will not be good for the Indian economy.

    On the economic front, both countries should adopt a positive attitude and perhaps both India and China realize this, only then China is India's largest trading partner.

    Indeed, to observe the trade relations between India and China, we find that India's reliance on China is high. India will be in a position to fight a trade war from China, when China is dependent on India and it will have to speed up manufacturing development.

    At present, India's manufacturing capability is limited, so the trade war is not in the interest of India.

  8. India has not taken China's threats seriously on the occasion of Dokalam nor has it been sensitive to China's warning of China. Both countries know that war is not in the interest of both. But there are currently conditions like trade war between China and India, which need to be taken seriously.

    Why Trade War Causes

    Recently, India has imposed anti-dumping duty on 93 Chinese products. There is a possibility that China will also respond to it.

    It is understood that the state-owned Chinese media has asked Chinese firms to reconsider the risk of investment in India and impose anti-dumping charges as a malicious act.

    Why Trade war is not right for India?

    India's trade deficit with China increased to $ 46.56 billion last year. China's exports to India is $ 58.33 billion, which will be said to be a normal increase compared to $ 58.25 billion in 2015. At the same time, India's exports to China fell 12 percent to $ 11.76 billion, compared to the year 2015.

    India lowers exports to China while imports are high. Actually, the goods imported from China mainly include electronics and other manufactured goods, whose demand is very high.

    It is understood that China exports only 2 percent of its total global exports, that means if India imposes restrictions on Chinese goods, China's global exports will remain unaffected.

    However, India's growing market is an attractive investment destination for China, and its example is to make Chinese smartphone business a strong penetration in Indian markets. But China has now started to gain access to its electronics products in Europe and Africa markets.

    India today imports more than 70,000 crores per year in the telecom sector, a major portion of this import comes through Chinese firms like Huawei and ZTE. India's pharma sector is also dependent on Chinese imports.

    Electricity is another area where India is dependent on Chinese imports. In the 12th Plan alone, about 30% of the production capacity was imported from China.

    In these circumstances, India and China are seeing more damage to trade war between India and India.

    Forward path

    The popular concept is that China is dumping consumer goods into India, but the fact is that India is also dependent on China for capital goods. The reduction in import of affordable capital goods will increase the cost of production which will not be good for the Indian economy.

    On the economic front, both countries should adopt a positive attitude and perhaps both India and China realize this, only then China is India's largest trading partner.

    Indeed, to observe the trade relations between India and China, we find that India's reliance on China is high. India will be in a position to fight a trade war from China, when China is dependent on India and it will have to speed up manufacturing development.

    At present, India's manufacturing capability is limited, so the trade war is not in the interest of India.

    Pushpendra Tiwari

  9. Word of Jack Ma
    ' Trade is a communication of cultures and values'
    It means that we can establish a good relation among countries with the help of trade .Unfortunately trade war has began.A Trade War is an economic conflict resulting from extreme protectionism in which countries/states create or raise tarrifs or other trade barriers against one another. In the month of january US President Donald Trump imposed 25% tarrrif on imported goods of China from then trade war has begun ,in retaliation China also imposed tarrifs on US goods.
    An economic growth and market will be badly hurt by a full blown trade war.
    This war increases the price of imported commodities. which will effect India also. As the price of commodities increases it is hard for buyer to purchase the product .it effects market too. due to the increase in price demand will decrease which directly affect the businessman.
    But this could offer an opportunity for India also,India can become more competitive in segments like jewellery, textile,games etc and fulfill the need of other countries by exporting our products.we can say that ball is in our court and we have to use it wisely .

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