Mon. Jun 17th, 2024
Tech Giants like Apple, Google, Intel, and More Urge US Government to push India to reconsider laptop import curbs

Tech Giants like Apple, Google, Intel, and More Urge US Government to push India to reconsider laptop import curbs

Tech Giants like Apple, Google, Intel, and More Urge US Government to push India to reconsider laptop import curbs

Big tech companies like Apple, Intel, Google, Lenovo, Dell Technologies and HP along with other companies have spoken to the US government. They want the Indian government to reconsider a new rule. The rule prevents or limits from importing Laptops, tablets, personal computers, very small computers and servers from foreign countries.

These tech giants have asked US President Joe Biden‘s team to help India change its mind about this rule. Just a few weeks ago, the government made a rule. The rule said that it would be difficult to bring laptops, tablets and computers from other places. A special permit is required to bring these items to the country.

But many companies in the industry did not like this rule and complained fiercely about it. As a result, the administration decided to postpone the implementation of this rule for three more months. It will now begin on November 1.

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