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China-India border tensions spark trade friction in 5G and autos

Huawei and car plant investment deal caught up in calls for tough measures

A member of the National Students' Union of India takes part in a protest against China in the Indian city of Ahmedabad on June 18.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- The border crisis between China and India has begun to spill over into bilateral trade as the Indian government considers imposing restrictions and higher tariffs on Chinese companies and goods.

Measures include a directive against the use of telecommunications equipment from Huawei Technologies and other Chinese suppliers. China's auto sector is also being targeted.

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