India’s order on Thursday, restricting purchases for large public projects (and even those being developed as public-private partnerships) from companies in countries that share a land border with it, citing national security concerns, is aimed at China.

According to three government officials familiar with the thinking behind the order, will also deter private firms here from dealing with Chinese companies.

This is a well-thought-out move that will also deter all state-run banks and financial institutions from funding any public sector or private sector projects with direct or indirect connections with China, the officials added.

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