India ought to come out with extra quality management orders and technical laws for various merchandise to examine inferior and low-quality imports from China, trade chamber PHDCCI President Sanjay Aggarwal mentioned in a press release.
“There is a need for large-scale investments in infrastructure, increased investments in innovation and research and development (R&D), and massive skill development, among others, to ensure long-term competitiveness of the toy industry and enhance the image of brand India globally,” he mentioned.
He added that focus must be put upon constructing a worth chain ecosystem of toys within the nation as a substitute of importing elements and doing assembling actions.
This will enhance India’s economies of scale, cut back value, ensure quality and dependability, enhance traceability and assist in sustaining velocity of supply, he mentioned.
“Consumers have to re-orient their habitual behaviour of buying low-quality and cheap imported toys towards safe and quality domestically produced toys,” Aggarwal mentioned.