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Major dip in demand of Chinese 'rakhis' at Chandigarh markets

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Major dip in demand of Chinese 'rakhis' at Chandigarh markets

Major dip in demand of Chinese 'rakhis' at Chandigarh markets

Shopkeepers witnessed a major fall in the demand and sale of Chinese products in the market ahead of 'Rakshabandhan' due to the standoff between India and China at the LAC.

Customers are leaning towards 'Made in India' rakhis over the fancy and low-cost Chinese ones.


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