Gionee has been repeatedly denying facing hurdles in India since the day it was reported to be on a sticky pitch due to fund crunch on the home turf. But David Chang, Global Sales Director, Gionee India had painted a rosy picture saying that the company will stay and is in the middle of the process of rejigging the India operations in a bid to be more aggressive in 2018. Almost four months after the statement, a report by The Economic Times has quashed all the tall claims saying that the company will now be selling its Indian arm to former Gionee India CEO and minority shareholder Arvind R Vohra, and promoters of handset maker Karbonn Mobile.
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