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Retail FDI

DNA India
Now Amazon will deliver from your local kirana store
The 'death of kirana stores' if retail FDI is allowed in India may have led to some pause in plans to open up Indian retail space. However, e-commerce companies have realised now that they can't ignore your mom-and-pop store. Amazon will now deliver ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago
FDI cap raised in key sectors: All you need to know
The government on Tuesday hiked the cap on foreign direct investment or FDI in a number of sectors, including telecom and insurance. Here are the top developments: FDI in telecom sector raised to 100 per cent from 74 per cent. Inter-ministerial ...
 NDTV Profit4 weeks ago
Indian govt approves Wacoal's FDI proposal in SBRT
(India) Based on the recommendations of Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) in its meeting held on 17 February 2015, the Government of India has approved a proposal of Wacoal International Hong Kong Co. Ltd. (Hong Kong) for foreign direct ...
 Fibre 2 Fashion1 month ago
Financial Express
Narendra Modi govt unlikely to relax FDI in e-commerce sector for now
Allowing B2C FDI in the e-commerce sector could conflict with the objective of FDI policy in multi-brand retail sector. (Illustration: Shyam) With its focus firm on lifting the manufacturing sector off the ground, the government has shelved the ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
MSN News
Modi govt unlikely to relax FDI in e-commerce
With its focus firm on lifting the manufacturing sector off the ground, the government has shelved the debate on relaxing the foreign direct policy (FDI) in the e-commerce segment, at least for now. A top DIPP official told The Indian Express ...
 MSN News1 month ago
Pressure may mount on India to open FDI in e-commerce
India's FDI policy restricts e-commerce cos from offering services directly to retail consumers. However, 100% FDI is allowed in B2B e-commerce. NEW DELHI: Pressure is likely to mount on India for relaxing foreign direct investment norms in the e-commerce ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
MSN News
Modi govt unlikely to relax FDI in e-commerce
With its focus firm on lifting the manufacturing sector off the ground, the government has shelved the debate on relaxing the foreign direct policy (FDI) in the e-commerce segment, at least for now. A top DIPP official told The Indian Express that ...
 MSN News1 month ago

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