MAKE IN INDIA
About Rs 30,000 crore tenders cancelled to promote Make in India products: DPIIT Secretary
DPIIT has intervened to change conditions in those tenders to promote 'Made in India' goods.
Will the Union Budget 2020 make it India's decade?
Session may presage a Budget woven around the theme of the start of a new decade and build...
Budget 2020: Change in basic customs duties to boost Make in India
The 2021 union budget has corrected an anomaly in the duty structure of wa...
Integrate 'Assemble in India' into 'Make in India' to boost exports, create jobs: Survey
"By integrating 'Assemble in India for the world' into Make in India, India can raise its export market share to about 3.5 per cent by 2025 and 6 per cent by 2030. This will create 4 crore well-paid jobs by 2025 and 8 crore by 2030," the survey said.
Finance Ministry to assess impact of coronavirus outbreak on trade
"On the impact of coronavirus outbreak and any disruptions to Make in India or to Indian export/import, Finanace Ministry is scheduled to hold a meeting on Tuesday 18 Feb. Stakeholders are welcome." Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman tweeted on Sunday.
Mobile handsets & components under Make in India to get special push in Budget
At the meeting where the PM was most candid asking for real time suggestions to boost growth, he was informed that electronics manufacturing, especially handsets and components, had a good chance of becoming India's largest exports within the next five years.
Expert take: Right prescriptions, but will the Budget pay heed?
The Survey starts off with its heart in the right place with an overarching theme of wealth creation and the attendant policy choices. It rightly argues that for wealth to be distributed, it first has to be created and called for looking at wealth creators with respect.
Make in India: Carrier Midea to reach out its suppliers
Air-conditioner maker Carrier Midea India is reaching out to its suppliers, many of whom are owned by one of its parent – China's top white goods manufacturer Midea Group to set up units in India, after disruption in supplies for the Indian industry due to Covid-19 outbreak.
Government may address inverted duty structure in Budget
Industry has been demanding that government should remove the anomalies with regard to taxation of raw material and other inputs, the sources said.
Commerce Ministry looking at ways to revamp SEZ policy
It has also discussed ways for implementation of the remaining recommendations of Baba Kalyani report on SEZ to facilitate ease of doing business in the present global market scenario, the ministry said in a statement.
Kalyani Group's 'Make in India' pitch for the Indian Army
Kalyani group is jointly developing a 155mm, 52 calibre gun with DRDO in partnership with Tata Power SED, which is in advanced stages of tes...
Covid-19: Centre chalks out four schemes to boost production of bulk drugs and medical devices
The first scheme is helping states establish three bulk drug parks spread over at least 1,000 acres. The Centre will provide help through grant-in-aid of up to Rs 1,000 crore. This amount will be for different common facilities like solvent recovery plant, power and steam units, distillation plants and effluent treatment plants, says Mansukh Mandaviya.
Defence PSUs sound alarm over lack of orders & under-utilisation of production facilities
At least six of the nine entities (five DPSUs and four shipyards) under the defence ministry, which are often justifiably criticised for huge cost and time slippages as well as shoddy production quality, have warned that the bulk of their production facilities and manpower are set to become idle over the next couple of years if they do not get firm orders soon.
India may need 1,900 craft in 20 years: Airbus
Unveiling the Market Forecast report in Hyderabad on Thursday during the global aviation summit — Wings India 2020 — Airbus India and South Asia managing director Anand Stanley said their prognosis was conservative compared to the Indian government’s projections.
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