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India and the People’s Republic of China are engaged in a heated food safety debate over the past few weeks as they battle over whether the country’s food is safe enough to eat.
But the clash is a disaster for India’s food industry, which depends heavily on China’s food imports for 90% of its production, according to the Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
India is in the process of establishing a new trade regime with China, and India’s trade minister said Wednesday that India would not be able to meet the demands of its WTO partners for better access to China’s products.
“The new trade arrangements between India and [China] are a disaster,” Manoj Sinha told the Parliament, according the Hindustan Times.
China and India are currently engaged in an ongoing dispute over how India’s new food safety laws will affect its food exports to the country.
China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hong Lei, has said that India’s proposed food safety legislation will not harm China’s own food safety.
India has been struggling to deal with the food safety crisis since April, when the World Health Organization announced that it had recorded 7,700 cases of coronavirus among Indian citizens who visited Chinese cities.
A few weeks later, the World Food Programme reported that 6,500 Indian children had died from coronaviruses and the number of Indian households that had died in China due to the virus was more than one million.
In the days since the WHO report, Indian authorities have said that the government’s efforts to control the coronaviral crisis are failing, and the country will not meet the global demand for its food imports.
On Wednesday, Sinha said India will not allow China to export its food to India and that India will continue to do everything it can to restrict China’s access to Indian food.
(Read more: How to help China and India solve their food safety problems)”If China is allowed to export, our country will take all measures to restrict its imports from China.
We will not let India export to China.
If we let China, our imports will increase.
If China continues to be allowed to send food to us, our food safety situation will worsen,” Sinha, who was in the parliament, said, according TOI.
As the conflict intensifies, Sinhan has accused China of trying to use the situation to pressure India into adopting more restrictive food safety measures.
Earlier this month, China said that it would stop importing Indian food unless India agreed to allow China access to its markets, and on Wednesday, China’s foreign ministry announced that China would not allow India to export any food products to China because the country is not allowing China to have access to the market.
Since the coronivirus pandemic started, India has been forced to import more than half its food from China, mostly from rice and pulses.
India imports most of its food at a significant cost to the government.
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, in March, India imported 4,934 tonnes of rice and 1,973 tonnes of pulses, the highest ever.
It imports almost half of its wheat, the most important grain, at around one-third of the rate of the rest of the world.
Last year, the government imported more than 2.6 million tonnes of wheat, according data from UNICEF.
The food crisis in India has led to a shortage of rice in the country, and a large number of people in India are turning to eating rice.
The situation has also led to high levels of malnutrition in India.