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Apple 'looks forward' to opening retail stores in India: Tim Cook
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook WE RECOMMEND Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday announced that his company is "looking forward" to setting up retail stores in India, which is also Apple's fastest growing smartphone market . "India is now one of our fastest ...
 Business Today India1 day ago
Apple wants more clarity on sourcing rules before opening retail stores in India
KOLKATA: Apple Inc is not rushing to open retail stores in India, despite the government ostensibly relaxing sourcing norms for single-brand retail. The government last month said foreign single-brand retailers can comply with the controversial ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Silicon India
Apple May soon Enter India with Single-Brand Retail Stores
BENGALURU: After months of delay, Apple Inc may soon enter the Indian market with its debutant single-brand retail stores. This latest move from the iPhone, iPad, and Mac maker came after the Indian government recently overhauled its local sourcing ...
 Silicon India3 weeks ago
New FDI norms open gates for Apple retail stores in India
Apple could open its very first retail store in India soon. The tech giant is likely to kickstart manufacturing in Maharashtra - under the new foreign investment rules as announced on 20 June. This will allow Apple to sell its iPhones, iMacs and iPads through ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
New FDI policy will open doors for Apple stores, Ikea retail
 Indian Express1 month ago
Apple can now open stores in India
Days after Apple CEO Tim Cook's visit to India, the government relaxed foreign direct investment (FDI) rules in single brand retail. This paves the way for the US technology giant and the likes to open stores in India. At present, 30% of goods sold by foreign ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Rediff.com
Apple can open its own stores in India
Apple CEO Tim Cook had discussed possibilities of manufacturing and retailing in India during his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Paving way for iPhone maker Apple to open its own stores India, the government on Monday relaxed FDI norms by giving a three-year exemption from local sourcing to foreign players in single-brand retail and a further five-year relaxation for 'state-of-art' and 'cutting-edge' technology. Apple has been lobbying hard for the exemption from the mandatory 30 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
New FDI rules give more time to Apple on local sourcing
The new FDI rules governing single brand retail may not be good news for smartphone maker Apple, which has been seeking an exemption from sourcing locally. Under the new rules announced by the Centre, there cannot be any waiver to the sourcing requirement.
 Business Line1 month ago
Business Line
New FDI rules not be all that good for Apple
The new FDI rules governing single brand retail may not be good news for smartphone maker Apple, which has been seeking an exemption from sourcing locally. Under the new rules announced by the Centre, there cannot be any waiver to the sourcing requirement.
 Business Line1 month ago
Centre may ease norms for Apple
The government may give more time to overseas high-tech companies like Apple Inc to comply with the domestic sourcing norms for opening single-brand retail stores in the country. The government, accor-ding to officials, is not in favour of diluting the ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
Cook’s 1000 Year Vow Fails To Impress Govt; Apple Denied Any Relaxation For Opening Stores in India
Tim Cook’s visit to India was keenly followed and observed by the tech community. His visits to colleges, meetings with entrepreneurs and every movement was covered religiously by the media. Such was the bonhomie that Tim Cook declared 1000 year old bonding ...
 Trak.in2 months ago
Massimo Dutti to open its first India store in Delhi
Spanish premium fashion brand Massimo Dutti, part of the Inditex stable which also owns Zara, is set to open its first store in India next week, more than two years after it received the government’s nod for FDI. The brand’s first store will open in a ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
Apple in no rush to open retail stores in India despite new FDI rules
KOLKATA: Apple Inc is not rushing to open retail stores in India, despite the government ostensibly relaxing sourcing norms for single-brand retail. The government last month said foreign single-brand retailers can comply with the controversial 30% ...
 TechGig2 weeks ago
Apple wants more clarity on sourcing rules before openi..
"There is a certain opaqueness regarding the rules. In addition, the company does not want to commit to complying with local sourcing requirements. It can only start manufacturing in or begin sourcing from India once it attains a certain scale of ...
 TechGig2 weeks ago

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