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India's smartphone revolution: 35 factories, 37,000 jobs in 2 years

India's smartphone revolution: 35 factories, 37,000 jobs in 2 ...

Overall mobile phone production was about 68 million in 2014, increased to 100 million in 2015 and 350-400 million in July 2016.     India has seen about 35 new smartphone factories in the past two years, with a production capacity of about 18 million devices a month, since the central government had announced a tax rationalisation for electronics products to boost local electronics manufacturing. The new manufacturing units have generated employment for 37,000 people and led to ..., 6 days ago
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Mobile handset vendors ask government to bring back old rule for importing parts

NEW DELHI: Mobile handset vendors have urged the government to urgently reinstate the old rule of submitting an undertaking with bond or bank guarantee for importing parts for mobile manufacturing, instead of submitting a surety, which has led to ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Mobile handset vendors urge Indian govt to reinstate rule for importing parts for manufacturing  Economic Times2 weeks ago Mobile handset vendors urge government to reinstate old rule for importing parts  Economic Times2 weeks ago

New Import Rules Adversely Affecting Mobile Manufacturing, Says ICA

Mobile manufacturers have demanded roll back of new import norms that mandate companies to provide bank guarantees for availing duty concessions. They claimed that due to new import rules this fiscal, funds to the tune of Rs. 15,000 crores of ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago New import norms discouraging: Mobile makers  News Today2 weeks ago New import rules hitting mobile manufacturing: ICA  Economic Times2 weeks ago Odisha on the radar of mobile handset makers  Invest Odisha2 months ago
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Troubles may mount for Indian smartphone vendors and you can blame China

read the original version on: It's going to be a lot tougher to buy smartphones in India around the festive season beginning October, a time when Indians buy the maximum, fancy gadgets included. The reason is really very ...
 Retail News Asia2 weeks ago Govt Slashes Import Duty on Smartphone Accessories; Will it Affect Domestic Production?  Trak.in2 months ago
Deccan Chronicle

Impossible to employ Panic buttons on existing devices: report

Mumbai: A recent report has revealed that handset makers catering to India have explained that it won't be possible to employ panic buttons on existing devices but ensured all new phones will equip the feature by January 2017—the deadline set by ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago No Panic Buttons On Existing Phones: ICA  CXOtoday2 weeks ago No panic buttons on old phones: ICA  Times of India2 weeks ago Panic buttons to be installed only in new phones  Economic Times2 weeks ago

All new mobile phones sold in India will have panic buttons from 2017

To provide emergency assistance to women, the Indian government had recently announced that all mobile phones sold in India from 2017 would require a panic button to let users make emergency calls. It has now been clarified that only new handsets ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago

Feature Phone Prices To Surge By 3-5 Per Cent

Cell phones have always been a sought after product in the market, as newly-released smart phones and upgraded cell phone features create excitement among users. Prices of feature phones are expected to rise up to 5 per cent as the supply of key ...
 CXOtoday3 weeks ago Feature phones may get costlier  Asian Age3 weeks ago Feature phones may see price rise on supply concerns  Jagran Post4 weeks ago

Heres why feature phones are set to become expensive

Prices of feature phones are expected to rise by up to 5% soon as a decline in supply of key components from China following the closure of some factories is hiking material costs, industry players said. Mobile phone industry body Indian Cellular Association ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago Why Feature Phones May Become More Expensive Soon  NDTV3 weeks ago

Indian Cellular Association calls for VAT rationalisation

The Indian Cellular Association (ICA) has sent a letter to the Tamil Nadu government seeking reduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) on mobile phone accessories and components from 14.5 per cent to 5 per cent. According to the letter, Parts, components ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Cellular association wants Tamil Nadu to rarionalise tax on phone parts

CHENNAI: The Indian Cellular Association has petioned the state government of Tamil Nadu for reducing Value Added Tax on mobile phone components and accessories from 14.5% down to 5%, bringing them on par with tax levied on mobile phones. Pankaj ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Indian Cellular Association wants Tamil Nadu to rationalise tax on phone parts  Economic Times1 month ago
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