Chinese nationals named as directors on the boards of Indian companies will need a security clearance, The Economic Times reported, citing an Indian government notification on Wednesday June 1.
The move will affect Chinese manufacturing companies with subsidiaries operating in India and China or private equity and venture funds based in Hong Kong that have made investments in India, the report added.
Read the full report: The Economic Times.
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