MAKE IN INDIA
Modi needs more than tax breaks to make India factory for the world
Lack of skilled workers, bureaucracy & inadequate road & port infrastructure key hurdles for investment.
Pradhan seeks investments from Japanese Nippon, Daido Steel
Pradhan discussed with Daido Steel's officials ways to further strengthen coopera...
Special scheme on cards to promote component manufacturing
Govt looking beyond mobile phones manufacturing, seeks inputs for MSIPS-like incen...
RCEP should not lead to job losses, hurt Make in India: SIAM
Trade ministers of RCEP countries will discuss issues related to investment, e-commerce, rules of origin and trade remedies in a meeting in Bangkok on October 12.
Next FTP may reduce raw material costs to boost sliding exports
A sluggish global demand is likely to reform the Foreign Trade Policy 2020-25 that might give a boost to Indian exporters with some ease in norms and providing export-rewards to GI products. Focus will also be on E-commerce and services industry.
Open to further tax rationalisation for 'Make in India': Rajnath Singh
"French firms can make India its base for production of defence equipment, not only for India's large market but also for export to other countries," said Rajnath.
Govt-industry delegation reaches out to Czech firms for scaling up investments in India
The delegation is led by secretary in the department of heavy industry, A R Sihag.
Much before 'Make in India', Gandhi taught self-reliance
Though the 'Make-in-India' initiative to encourage self-reliance in the country was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014, its seeds were sown several decades ago by the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi.
Govt identifies hundreds of products for possible import curbs
Import substitution has been a key theme of commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal ever since he moved into Udyog Bhawan in June.
Indian firms to play major role in IAF fleet sustenance: Air Force Chief
Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria said the force is committed to building strategic autonomy through indigenous design and manufacturing under the 'Make-in-India' initiative of the government.
Startups have it easy for defence deals up to Rs 150 cr
While startups can bid for smaller deals, larger ones will have tougher qualification rules.
View: Lower tax will boost sentiment, liquidity and investments
While India will and is trying its best to make use of adverse global trends, its worry largely has been domestic upheavals.
We are keeping an eye on steel imports; we want to give thrust to Make in India: Binoy Kumar
SAIL for the first time has been given 25% commercial mining permission
Indigenisation of naval equipment in over 15 years: Rajnath
According to Singh, a conscious decision was taken to encourage shipyards, public and private, to start warship construction and the response had been encouraging.
Nirmala Sitharaman’s latest stimulus brings cheers but industry expects more
The new measures are in line with a series of steps being taken by the NDA-II to arrest the slowing pace of economic activity witnessed across sectors.
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