There will be no "Buy China" policies encouraging companies and consumers to purchase domestically produced goods, according to Jiang Zengwei, vice minister for commerce, Bloomberg reported. "We just need to boost consumption, whether it’s through domestically made goods or foreign-made goods," said Jiang. "We will treat them equally without discrimination." Separately, China has expressed concern at trade barriers introduced by India. Ministry of Commerce spokesman Yao Jian said the sanctions may have a "serious impact on bilateral relations." India banned imports of Chinese toys for six months on January 23, citing health reasons. The country has initiated 17 trade actions, including 10 anti-dumping probes, against Chinese imports such as penicillin, hot- rolled steel, vehicle axles and linen since October, China’s Ministry of Commerce said.