2 min read.Updated: 11 Mar 2022, 12:25 AM ISTBloomberg
Oppo and Vivo have already begun discussions with Lava while Xiaomi is courting Dixon
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NEW DELHI : Three of China’s largest smartphone brands have opened discussions with Indian manufacturers about making phones locally for global export, a concrete step toward establishing the country as a hub for electronics production. Xiaomi Corp., Oppo and Vivo are holding talks with Indian contract phonemakers, hoping to take advantage of cash incentives readily available to local firms, people familiar with the matter said. If they go ahead, the plan is to get Lava International Ltd. and Dixon Technologies India Ltd. to assemble the phones and begin exporting from their plants as early as this year, they said, declining to be quoted on sensitive negotiations.
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