|A) Only course of action I follows||B) Only course of action II follows|
|C) Both I and II follow||D) Both II and III follow|
Only course of action I follows. The Indians, or as a matter of fact anyone else, can lodge a complaint against the manufacturers for the inaccurate information. Courses of action II and III do not follow as both of them are rather extreme steps. It does not make sense for the Chinese government to issue an apology for a mistake committed by a Chinese manufacturer. Similarly, expecting the Canadian people to stop buying Chinese products simply because one manufacturer from China gave out incorrect information is not a feasible course of action.