Indian Traders are rallying against the decision by the Chinese government to put custom duties on raw wool bought from the Taklakot mart in Tibet.

Traders returning from Tibet said the decision to put a Rs90 duty on raw wool discourages trade between the two countries.

The Chinese authorities have also moved the mart to a new location, which is said to be inconveniencing Indian traders.
The traders have insisted that they will cancel trade trips to Tibet if previous conditions are not restored.