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Jewellers chase clients with card and credit offers
Art of Jewellery

Demonetisation: Jewellers chase clients with card, credit offers

PUNE: With sales falling more than 80% after the cash crunch, industry players are thinking of offering credit to clients & issuing post-dated cheques The gems and jewellery industry are huddling up to find ways to reverse the steep drop in sales ... Economic Times, 4 days ago
Jewellers chase clients with card and credit offers Art of Jewellery, 3 days ago

Analysis: India's cash woes trigger rush for fuels, take shine out of gold

The scramble for cash following India's move to demonetize more than 80% of its currency has dampened the country's love affair with gold that could slash imports, but the impact on oil, petrochemicals, metals and agriculture is expected to be ...
 Platts1 week ago

Hawala operators, bullion traders face I-T heat

The I-T searches followed "specific and definitive information" against at least a dozen hawala operators and jewellers. The Income Tax Department on Thursday conducted searches in Mumbai and Delhi on hawala operators and bullion traders found ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

I-T raids on jewellers to check transactions after demonetisation

The income tax (I-T) department has raided at least half a dozen jewellery retails in the popular Zaveri Bazaar here on Thursday to investigate genuineness of transactions executed in the last two days, i.e. since the government discontinued legal ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago Demonetisation: Jewellers queue up before banks for cash deposits  Smart Investor3 weeks ago Afraid of tax raids, Jewellers queue up before banks for cash deposits  Smart Investor3 weeks ago Bullion dealers, jewellers seek lowest GST slab  Smart Investor1 month ago
Indian Express

Gold sells at Rs10,000 premium

Mumbai, Nov. 9 (PTI): The jewellery industry said the government's decision to scrap Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes is a bold move to curb tax evasion and improve compliance. It is a welcome step to curb tax evasion even as people will be ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Jewellery Bodies Hail Decision To Demonetise Rs 1,000, 500 Notes  NDTV3 weeks ago

Mad rush for bullion: Gold hits Rs 34,000, sets new record in pre-opening trade

Gold price hit the highest ever in pre-opening trade in spot market here on Wednesday following Donald Trump's lead and a mad rush of consumers booking their pie before practical ban on legal tender of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. Donald Trump's lead ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago Gold sets new record in pre-opening trade  Smart Investor3 weeks ago

Levy 1.25 per cent GST rate on jewellery industry: GJF

Mumbai: A jewellers body today demanded that the GST rate on the jewellery sector should be 1.25 per cent if the government wants the industry to be "compliant and organised". "We are now gearing up for GST and have proposed that the GST rate for ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Levy 1.25% GST rate on jewellery sector : Industry body  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Levy 1.25% GST rate on jewellery industry: GJF  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago Levy 1.25 pc GST rate on jewellery industry: GJF  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago
Art of Jewellery

GJF to submit GST representation to Indian government soon

The All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation (GJF), the national nodal trade body for the promotion and growth of trade in gems and jewellery across India, has raised concerns for Goods and services Tax (GST) rate of 4% and has proposed GST ...
 Rough Polished1 month ago GJF raises concerns over 4% GST rate for gem and jewellery sector  Economic Times1 month ago GJF raises concern of GST rate of 4%, seeks GST of 1.25% for gems & jewellery sector  Art of Jewellery1 month ago GJF raises concern on GST rate of four per cent  DiamondWorld.Net1 month ago

Gems, jewellery exports beat imports on poor domestic demand

The average Indian's fetish for gold is all too well known. But the love for the yellow metal seems to be losing sheen with net domestic consumption of gems and jewellery plunging 4 times to $2.9 billion in the first five months of 2016-17. With ...
 Times of India1 month ago

India-Gold Jewelry Sales

A good monsoon after four years of drought has given hope to Indian jewelers that the sales of gold products will surge during this year's festival season for gold consumption. Diwali, which falls on October 30 this year, is the festival of lights ...
 News Content1 month ago Jewellers expect robust sales in India  CCTV1 month ago
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