Export drop Shows why China needs to agree on a trade deal
Total exports in November dropped 1.1 per cent from a year ago.
Gold imports slide for a fifth month as economy slows
Inbound shipments dropped 19 per cent from a year earlier to 56.1 tons.
SEPC for adding more services under export incentive scheme to boost shipments
Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) Director General Sang...
India's plastic exports fall 6% as shipments to China, Pakistan dip
India's exports during April-September topped USD 4.32 billion, compared to USD 4.59 billion in the same period in the last financial year, down 5.9 per cent, according to Chairman of the Plastics Export Promotion Council, Ravish Kumath. India's plastics exports in 2018-19 were USD 10.89 billion, up 24 per cent from previous year's figure of USD 8. 85 billion.
India's PC market up 15.8% on year in Q2: IDC India
According to IDC, Indian PC market inclusive of desktops, notebooks, and workstations, shipped 3.1 million units, in Q3FY19 as Windows 7 is near to its scheduled end in early 2020. The desktop category saw a 10.6 per cent on year growth in its shipments, mainly contributed by Windows 10 refresh buying from the banking sector.
Incentives for exports to boost shipments: Exporters
FIEO said the new measures announced for the sector will go a long way in enhancing the growth prospects.
Vegetable oil imports fall 13% in September; Malaysian shipments drop significantly: SEA
SEA's Executive director BV Mehta attributed the fall in vegetable oil imports to carry-over stock and imposition of safeguard duty.
Coking coal shipments rise 15% to 29 MT at 12 state-run ports in Apr-Sept
Shipments of thermal or steam coal, however, declined by 13.20 per cent to 44.87 million tonne, the Indian Ports Association (IPA) data showed.
Realme aims to take number 3 spot by month-end, on the back of high shipments for festive season
“We’re looking to be among the top three players by end of this festive season, including online and offline,” said Madhav Sheth, chief executive officer at Realme.
Import curbs likely on over 350 items to boost ‘Make in India’
Departments are looking into suggestions of waiving the requirement for global tender for government procurement in sectors where it thinks there is sufficient domestic capacity to execute a contract. The moves are part of the government’s thrust to ‘Make-in-India’ scheme, for which it has been working on ways to discourage imports.
India sees record 36.9 million smartphone shipments in Q2
Chinese handset maker Xiaomi saw its shipment volume grow by 4.8 per cent in Q2 while Samsung registered a 16.6 percent growth.
Cardamom prices remain robust due to high demand
Cardamom prices have plunged 35 per cent in one month as harvest of new crop begins.
Integrated logistics major DB Schenker to launch Connect 4.0 shipping platform in India
The company is aggressively focusing on developing local logistics capabilities to capitalize on India’s growing market.
19% iPhone shipment growth in India amid fall in global sales
Promotional offers and aggressive marketing has helped Apple to drive revenues in India.
What if there was a trade war truce?
Australian mineral exports would suffer, too, as would electronics sales from Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia.
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