FDI IN INDIA
From a 10-year view, Indian stocks better than US ones: Chris Wood
Wood said the government has the political will to do PSU divestments
What all the government is doing to improve the generation of solar energy in the country; here’s a round-up
Distribution licensees would be ...
Retailers' body is "cautiously optimistic" on implementation of FDI rules for e-commerce
Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion under ...
OnePlus to start assembling TV sets in India
Premium smartphone maker OnePlus is going to start production of television sets in India from this quarter, seeking to make the country its production hub for global supplies.
Next multibaggers will come from infra space: Sunil Subramaniam
The fiscal being stretched is this year’s phenomenon, says Sunil Subramaniam.
India targets $26 billion defence industry by 2025: Rajnath Singh
Under the Draft Defence Production Policy 2018, the Indian government eyes $5 billion defence exports by 2025. "On the one hand this target is ambitious, but at the same time it's encouraging that India's defence exports have grown almost six-fold in the last two years," Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said.
How trust deficit at multiple levels is hampering animal spirits and growth in India
India’s economy and businesses are facing many measurable, well-understood challenges. But an invisible crisis that is just as corrosive and harder to fix is underway: the erosion of trust. This is playing out at multiple levels.
DPIIT, aviation ministry exploring options to ease FDI norms to attract bidders for Air India
There are nine sectors where FDI is prohibited and that includes lottery business, gambling and betting, chit funds, Nidhi company, real estate business, and manufacturing of cigars, cheroots, cigarillos and cigarettes using tobacco.
Government looks to ease more FDI rules to attract investments
The department for promotion of industry and internal trade (DPIIT) has initiated an in-house exercise to identify additional sectors for easier FDI rules before it takes them up with the ministries concerned, sources said.
India woos Japanese medical device companies
Price curbs imposed on medical devices have irked US companies and become a key trade issue between Washington and New Delhi. Even as the US is sparring with India over this, the focus is now on fast-tracking investments from other countries, especially Japan, said people who are part of the discussions in the government.
View: Staying out of RCEP is not in India’s economic interests
RCEP would have been an easier agreement for India to sign, as compared to any other pacts with US or EU.
Modi's grand coal plan could be up against too big a barrier
India is trying to increase output as new thermal power plants and steel mills boost demand at home even as the world is turning away from the polluting fuel. Last year, the government allowed 100% foreign direct investment in coal extraction amid surging imports and falling output at Coal India. The move didn’t result in any substantial investment.
PM meets Ambani, Adani, other India Inc heads to discuss economy
Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani, Tata group patriarch Ratan Tata, telecom czar Sunil Bharti Mittal, billionaire Gautam Adani, Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra, and mining baron Anil Agarwal were among those present at the discussion.
India starting faceless tax assessment regime to forestall discretion in tax collection: PM Narendra Modi
PM Modi specifically mentioned about how rolling out of the Goods and Services Tax has resulted in the economic integration in the country, adding his govt was working towards making it more people-friendly. The PM was speaking to a select group of top business leaders at an event to mark golden jubilee of the Aditya Birla Group's operations in Thailand.
Traders to protest against Amazon, Flipkart on Wednesday: CAIT
During the nationwide agitation, traders will observe November 20 as 'National Protest Day' and hold 'dharna' in more than 700 cities in different states, said the body, which claims to represent 7 crore traders.
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