Mobile phone industry of both India and China will hold talks to create cooperation opportunities for advancing handset manufacturing ecosystem in India. Chinese mobile companies are excited to participate in PM Mr. Narendra Modi’s ‘Make-in-India’ initiative and thereby establishing mobile handset and its components’ manufacturing facilities here.
The discussion between India and Chinese companies will take place on January 13th at the first ‘China-India Mobile phone and Component Manufacturing Summit’. The summit is duly organized by Indian Cellular Association (ICA) in partnership with Mobile World (Shoujibao)- China’s leading mobile industry service platform.
India has established a Fast Track Task Force (FTTF) at the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) to generate employment for around 15 lakhs of people and to produce 500 million mobile phones by the year 2019. Major Chinese telecom giants like Techno, Gionee, Coolpad, Vivo, ZTE, Meizu and Huawei are expected to be part of this conclave.
On the other hand, Indian players like Micromax, Lava, Karbonn, Spice, Vodafone, Intex etc. will take part in this deliberation. Simultaneously, senior state and central governments and officials from Chinese Embassy are expected to participate in the conclave as well.