In a move aimed at promoting domestic manufacturing, the government on Thursday decided to license the import of fully-built televisions sets by putting them on the “restricted” list.The move will make it difficult for shipments worth Rs 7,000 crore coming in from China, Vietnam, Malaysia and other countries to enter India and initially be benefit contract manufacturers. It is expected to result in backward integration with investment in better assembly lines and component production. The curbs are unlikely to impact pricesThe decision will impact the business of companies such as homegrown Vu and China's TCL. It will also affect the import of some high end TV models from companies such as Sony, LG, Xiaomi and Samsung, even though a large part of their sales are through locally made/sourced TVs.