India considers adding more levies on refined palm oil imports
Govt is discussing a proposal to impose a new levy in addition to the existing import duty and raise the goods and services tax on the processed tropical oil.
Vegetable oil imports up 34 pc in July at 15.24 lakh tonnes
Edible oil imports went up to 11.10 million tonnes during the first nine months o...
Note ban pulls down air cargo traffic by 12 per cent in November: Icra
Air passenger traffic stood at 22.6 million, exhibiting a growth of ov...
2016 marks fifth consecutive year of worldwide PC shipment decline: Gartner
There have been innovative form factors like 2-in-1s and thin and light notebooks, as well as technology improvements, such as longer battery life.
Demonetisation, GST and JioPhones make a dent in smartphone shipments growth projection
"First half of the year has been slower than expected due to GST and note ban and if JioPhone has some impact, then it will further slow down," said an analyst at Canalys.
PSUs may be first to start shipment on International North-South Transport Corridor
The corridor has been tested for dry runs, but to test its viability and boost two-way trade, the government is likely to first ask PSUs.
Port operators eye big business from car shipments, bet on RoRo segment
Gujarat Pipavav Port plans to triple its annual handling of automotive cargo via RoRo (roll on roll off) vessels to 300,000 cars by 2020.
Vietnam lifts ban on groundnut shipments from India
The ban, announced in April last year, was lifted after a Vietnam delegation visited India in December and inspected local facilities.
Tablets' shipments to India decline 6% to 7.6 lakh units during January-March quarter
Tablets supporting 4G and 3G technologies saw a sequential increase of 15% and 31% during the quarter, while 2G and Wi-Fi-based tablets declined 62%and 33%.
New foreign trade policy may have simpler export promotion schemes
In the new policy, changes are expected in incentives given to goods as the current export promotion schemes are challenged by the US in the dispute resolution mechanism of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Indian edible oil industry has issued advisory to avoid import of palm oil from Malaysia
There were media reports that Government of India may take some action to curtail the import of palm oil from Malaysia following the hostile attitude by Malaysia at the United Nation on Kashmir issue.
Improvement in infrastructure would bring more business for cargo carriers: Top Lufthansa official
Lufthansa Cargo Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Executive Board Peter Gerber also said that growth in the market was returning.
Commerce Ministry calls meeting of export promotion councils amid negative growth
The commerce ministry is exploring avenues to help contain the reduction in export growth. Owing to the economic slowdown, exports hit negative numbers in October and have not improved in the following month, leading to concerns about exports not making up numbers.
Divi's Labs Q1 net dips 41.50 per cent at Rs 177 crore
Standalone total revenue from operations stood at Rs 850.88 crore for the quarter under review. It was Rs 1,033.50 crore for the same period a year ago.
Government reaches out to exporters on inputs to push shipments
Engineering Export Promotion Council Chairman T S Bhasin said that the government needs to take steps to boost exports.
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