FDI IN INDIA
NDTV's Roys, former CEO booked for alleged FDI norms violation
The agency has also booked the media outlet's former CEO Vikramaditya Chandra under charges of criminal conspiracy, cheating and corruption, they said.
OnePlus cautious as government tweaks FDI norms, Oppo and Vivo gung ho about growth opportunities
The government on Wednesday eased foreign d...
Rupee may continue to remain weak on volatility in global markets
Outflow of foreign funds has also hampered the movement of rupee.
Online sales on govt radar post plaints about predatory pricing
Retailers allege violation of FDI rules via deep discounting; DPIIT looking into the matter.
Cabinet eases FDI norms for coal mining, clears Rs 6,270 cr sugar export subsidy
The Cabinet has liberalised FDI investment norms to enhance ease of doing business.
Power generation may fall coal workers go on strike
Worker at the coal behemoth are going on a tool-down strike on September 24 to protest against the government’s decision last month to allow 100% foreign direct investment in coal mining under the automatic route.
PM says economy has resilience to reverse slowdown, exhorts India Inc to take bold investment decisions
Speaking at an Assocham event, he said the recent cut in corporate tax has brought rates to all-time low for businesses.
Government asks Apple to manufacture, export more from India; promises sops for electronics industry
The IT Minister said government wants global giants to have a "robust presence" in India.
India offers a bargain to the world: Our consumers, your jobs
India's biggest liberalisation of single-brand retail in seven years has elements of a very sensible bargain.
For Finance Minister, economic revival has already started
According to Sitharaman, "there is robust FDI inflows and record forex reserves. Fiscal deficit is improving and current account deficit is contained. There is revival of fixed investments already.
Six coal workmen unions serves strike notice, Center to discuss issue with three
The centre has scheduled a meeting with three of the six units AITUC, HMS and CITU leaving out INTUC, AICCTU and BMS.
RBI proposes Rs 200 crore minimum capital for small banks under 'on tap' licence regime
As per RBI's 'on tap' licence guidelines, NBFCs, MFI and local area banks can convert into small finance banks.
Overseas direct investment stance of RBI stumps companies
While this has been the unstated stance, this is the first time RBI has put it down in black and white.
BK Modi launches OCI forum to invest in projects in India
Dr Modi added that the Indian government should support OCIs to invest in India and play an impactful role in generating foreign direct investment.
India has limited room to ease fiscal policy due to high debt: Fitch
Fitch Ratings said the government has only limited room to ease fiscal policy because of high debt.
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