Chinese tech giants have been capitalizing on surging exports to India as complications mount.
Huawei has issued a response to its offices being searched by tax authorities in the Indian cities of Delhi, Gurugram and Bengaluru, asserting that its business in India strictly abides by local law.
A "service simplified" warm-up event posted on Twitter over the weekend by Xiaomi India caused some discussion as to its meaning.
The tragic surge in Covid-19 infections across India, the second largest mobile phone manufacturer after China, has led to lower manufacturing output than expected, complicating the operations of a range of Chinese smartphone brands.
On March 24, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown to curb the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic that officially started on April 25.
On March 12, the Redmi Note 9 Pro, available in Aurora Blue, Glacier White, and Interstellar Black, became available online for Indian customers.
The coronavirus outbreak is still in full force, limiting business opportunities and impelling investors to put their activities on hold.
On the morning of April 18, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, together with Xiaomi co-founder Liu De, senior vice president Wang Xiang, general manager of Xiaomi India Manu Jain and local Indian colleagues, inaugurated Xiaomi India’s new headquarters in a southern city of India.