INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE
Covid-19: India asks FTA partners to temporarily allow imports without certificate of origin
India has asked the countries, with which it has free trade agreements (FTAs), to allow imports of goods without certificate of origin for the time being as the domestic authorities are currently not issuing the document on account of lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Foreign-trained Indian docs seek exemption from mandatory exam, say could add 20,000 medics
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RBI allows banks to trade in offshore rupee derivative market
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How lockdown created absurdities in Indian securities markets
ANMI wrote to Sebi on March 25, asking it to close down the markets during the lockdown.
Foreign trade policy with long-term goal of self-reliance in works
Strengthening India's domestic manufacturing, making India self-reliant in many products and a separate chapter on e-commerce could be highlights of the upcoming foreign trade policy (FTP).
Foreign flights banned, curbs likely on public transport in the view of Coronavirus outbreak
The government announced the flight ban — no international services for a week starting Sunday — after a meeting of the group of ministers (GoM) chaired by health minister Harsh Vardhan. Indian Railways will suspend concessional travel from Sunday midnight, except for patients, students and the differently abled.
States to earmark hospitals to exclusively treat COVID-19 patients: Health Ministry
At a press conference here, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) Director Balram Bhargava said a lockdown was the most essential aspect to the break the chain of transmission as of now.
Life insurers keep faith in Indian stocks amid mayhem
The benchmark gauge is trading at 12.4 times 12-month estimated earnings.
Indian Industry seeks 10-point boost plan from govt for the exporters effected by coronavirus
The plan drawn up by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) covers everything from extending the 5% interest subvention scheme to all exporters to one-time extensions of customs duty payments and filing bill of entry. Exporters suggest that consignments which are ready for shipment should be allowed to be transported from the manufacturer’s factory or warehouse to the customs facility.
Indian stocks should give back 30-35% loss in 12-15 months: Rahul Chadha
FII money will come back once the virus is tackled, says co-CIO of Mirae Asset Global.
How the coronavirus has hit Indian and global markets
Coronavirus or COVID-19 has spooked not just the Indian stock market but global stock markets as well. ET wealth studies the impact of the pandemic virus.
What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Stock futures rollovers stood at 90 per cent, which were in line with an average rollovers of last three F&O series.
Rupee settles 26 paise higher at 75.94 against US dollar
Forex traders said the rupee which started the day on a positive note, witnessed heavy volatility.
Exporters hard hit by impact of coronavirus on global trade, seek urgent relief from govt
Engineering exports for the April -January 2019-20 to the US aggregated to $9.87 billion, followed by UAE ($3.58 billion), Germany ($2.56 billion) and UK ($2.26 billion). Other major destinations are China ($1.85 billion ), Italy ($1.65 billion), Republic of Korea ($1.62 billion) and France ($1.13 billion).
Merchandise exports up after 6 months, Covid-19 may hurt recovery
While exports of pharmaceuticals grew 8.33%, chemicals rose 16.3%, engineering goods increased 8.7%, electronic goods expanded 37% and petroleum products picked up 10.1% in the month, shipments of gems and jewellery and readymade garments continued to contract.
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