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Asian shares buoyed by Wall St rally, but China worry caps gains
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 0.3 per cent.
RCEP: Why India should not succumb again to the export pessimism of licence raj days
By continually protecting its inefficient companies, Ind...
India appeals against WTO panel's ruling on export promotion measures
On October 31, the WTO had ruled that export subsidy programmes-MEIS, E...
Oil block bid round under revamped rules almost flops, gets 8 bids for 7 blocks
The Directorate General of Hydrocarbons said state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation bid for all the seven blocks while Oil India put in an offer for one block at the close of bidding on Thursday. The block in Rajasthan saw competition from ONGC and OIL but the five in Madhya Pradesh and one in West Bengal saw single bids from ONGC, DGH said.
SEPC for adding more services under export incentive scheme to boost shipments
Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) Director General Sangeeta Godbole has said that they have asked the commerce ministry to widen the scope of SEIS by including more services in the list like animation and VFX under audio visual services. She said the council is working with the Commerce Ministry on the matter.
India’s defence exports more than double
The biggest contributor to Indian exports has been the US, accounting for nearly Rs 5,000 crore worth of exports, followed by old arms partner Israel and the European Union.
To boost defence exports, govt to launch 'open general export scheme' in a month: Official
Joint Secretary (Defence Infrastructure Panel) in the Ministry of Defence said that through the new licence, the industry will be able to access international market and make the products more competitive.
Honey, I shrunk the R&D cost: How 'open innovation' can sharpen competitive edge
Businesses cannot work in silos. Although we live in a competitive world, leveraging complementary resources like research, finance and intellectual property among firms, can accelerate innovation and organisational changes.
Shares of sugar companies surge due to export sops, rise in ethanol use
The government late last month approved an export subsidy for up to 6 million tonnes of sugar.
Sugar industry gets Rs 6,268-crore export subsidy
The subsidy will be transferred directly to the farmers’ accounts on behalf of the mills against cane price dues.
Finance Minister announces new tax refund scheme, easy credit to boost exports
The proposed Remission of Duties or Taxes on Export Product (RoDTEP) scheme will come into force from January 1, 2020.
Imran Khan's claim about curfew, clampdown in Kashmir far from truth: Jammu & Kashmir govt
Pakistan was attempting to divert attention from its own terror record, including its brazen support to militants in J&K," a senior official of the state govt said in a statement.
Apple’s 1st own India outlet to come up at Bandra Kurla Complex
US phone-maker said to have leased 25k sq ft space at Maker Maxity mall in the Mumbai hub.
US factory gauge hits a 10-year low as global slowdown widens
Treasury yields plummeted and US stocks swung to losses on the report.
IG International all set to import fresh lemons from Argentina
IG International will be currently importing around 500 MT (2020) for consumption majorly in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore among other cities.
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