FDI IN INDIA
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.
India woos Japanese medical device companies
Price curbs imposed on medical devices have irked US companies and become a key trade issue betw...
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...
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.
Inter-ministerial group to discuss FDI policy easing on Oct 29
The exercise assumes significance as the department is holding series of internal meetings with different ministries and departments to look at sectors where more liberalisation of the FDI policy is possible. The main meeting will be chaired by DPIIT Secretary.
DPIIT seeks I&B Ministry's views on issues raised on 26% FDI in digital media sector
Industry players and experts have stated that the move to cap FDI in the sector to 26 per cent throws up questions that need clarifications as some of those who were looking to raise funds could be restricted.
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.
Reform push to labour laws, green nod will spur investment: Piyush Goyal
The government has made upfront released Rs 70,000 crore to state-run banks and made additional provision for lending and liquidity of Rs 5 lakh crore to increase credit flow to industries, said Goyal. He said while global growth is forecast at 3% for 2019, India continues to grow faster than the rest of the world.
View: Govt must implement a reform agenda in mining sector to realise its full potential
The mining sector in India is highly underdeveloped relative to its enormous potential.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
The index formed a similar indecisive candle on the weekly scale. A hold above 11,850 level is a must for any upside.
CAIT alleges violation of FDI policy by Flipkart, Amazon; companies reject
CAIT Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal said both the portals denied all charges and stated that they comply with the policy in its letter and spirit.
View: India needs $1 trillion exports to become a $5 trillion economy
India needs $1 trillion exports for a $5 trillion economy. But the pathway is bumpy and patchy.
Amazon not doing a favour by investing $1 billion: Piyush Goyal
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who is on a visit to India, said on Wednesday that Amazon will invest another $1 billion in the country to help small and medium businesses sell their products, seen as an attempt to bridge differences with brick-and-mortar retailers. The amount adds to the $5 billion Amazon has pumped into India since 2013.
Metro Cash & Carry seeks level playing field
The German wholesale retailer has thrown its might behind mom-and-pop groceries and has demanded level-playing for the unorganised sector, wading into a debate in India that ecommerce companies like Amazon and Flipkart are hurting small businesses here.
PM Narendra Modi invites investment in startups
In his keynote address to the Future Investment Initiative or Davos of the Desert, Modi underlined the importance of technology and infrastructure.
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