New Delhi [India], December 18 (ANI): The Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI) on Saturday wrote to Union Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal urging him for a change in the imports of goods and e-commerce policy and to make it mandatory to write the country of origin on every item. The move comes as the traders in Delhi opened a front against Chinese products in the midst of the India-China Tawang face-off. After the protest against the boycott of Chinese goods in Connaught Place, the Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI) reiterated the demand for writing the Country of origin on each product. Right now there is no information on many things. Especially on e-commerce sites, consumers cannot find where the goods they buy are manufactured," said CTI chairman Brijesh Goyal. "If 'Country of Origin' is written on the product, then Indians can boycott Chinese goods. The central government should work on such a policy, along with this, the central government should also make changes in its e-commerce and import policy," said CTI chairman Brijesh Goyal. "We have to break the economic back of China. In the first 9 months of this year, the bilateral trade between India and China has crossed $103.63 billion. During this period, exports from China to India stood at $89.66 billion," added Brijesh Goyal. He added that if Indian businessmen and consumers boycott Chinese goods, then China will come to its senses. If Indian businessmen and consumers boycott Chinese goods, then China will come to its senses," he said.