India's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) policy restricts e-commerce companies from offering services directly to retail consumers. (Thinkstock) Permitting global e-commerce players like Amazon to do retail trading in the country will finish the ... Financial Express, 6 hours ago
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The increase was the result of a continuing steady rise of investments in the country's service industry sector , the state-run Xinhua News Agency said, reporting figures from the Ministry of Commerce (MOC). According to Xinhua, growth quickened ...Out-Law.com, 20 hours ago China's utilized FDI rises 0.7% in Jan-Nov to US$ 106.24 bln China Knowledge Online, 3 days ago China's FDI inflows hit USD10.36b in November MENAFN, 3 days ago Mega retailers battle to survive as e-commerce booms in China American Journal of Transportation On-Line, 4 days ago
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Kolkata airport authorities are in talks with several foreign airlines for the commencement of their services, a senior official of the Airport Authority of India said on Wednesday. "We are in talks were several airlines like Turkish Airlines, Ethihad and Japan Airlines for starting their services from the Kolkata airport," AAI director of the city airport B P Sharma said. He said talks were also being held with German carrier Lufthansa to consider resumption of its flights from the city.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
In yet another attempt to improve the ease of doing business in India, services of central government departments and ministries will go online by the month-end. All the concerned departments will now be integrated with the 'eBiz' portal that will ...Business Standard India, 1 day ago Centre to integrate all services on e-biz portal Asian Age, 1 day ago eGovWatch: Government to launch ebiz portal Express Computer India, 1 day ago 'Services of Central Government Departments to be Integrated with eBiz' NDTV Profit, 1 day ago
The Department of Commerce is working on ways to expand the scope of the 'Serve for India Scheme' (SFIS) in the new five-year foreign trade policy. NEW DELHI: Emphasising on the need to become more competitive in services in the global market, government ...Economic Times, 1 month ago 'Govt looking at ideas to enhance services exports' Economic Times, 1 month ago
The service tax notice to Uber makes it the first such demand to a foreign service provider in the e-commerce space in the country. MUMBAI: After allegedly falling foul with RBI, the US-based transport app provider Uber Inc, which offers its services to ...Economic Times, 2 months ago After RBI diktat, Uber under scanner of Tax Dept Economic Times, 2 months ago After RBI’s order, Uber faces service tax probe Asian Age, 2 months ago
It is only gradually dawning on us that some of the information we have trustingly shared with commercial service providers can be used against us when we apply for a job or when we apply to admission to a college, says Ajit Balakrishnan. It was 1984, and the Berlin Wall is still standing, when Gerd Wiesler -- a foot soldier in the Stasi, the dreaded East German spy agency -- is assigned to keep under surveillance a playwright, Georg Dreyman, who apparently is an enemy of the State. Wiesler ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The commerce ministry is expected to announce the foreign trade policy 2014-19 this month and is likely to provide greater incentive to service exports. NEW DELHI: Ahead of the new foreign trade policy 2014-19, the shipping sector wants the Directorate ...Economic Times, 2 months ago Obama Announces New Policies Regarding Trade, Commerce with Cuba Bureau of National Affairs, 1 day ago US Announces Liberalization of Cuba Sanctions Policy JD Supra, 1 day ago Sanctions Against Cuba to Be Relieved in Coming Weeks: US Treasury RIA Novosti, 2 days ago
Vicente Fernández, treasurer of the National Council of Commerce and Services (Consecomercio), said in an interview with local TV news channel Globovisión that retailers in 2014 have been hit by inflation and shortages. He described the term, ...El Universal Venezuela, 3 hours ago
E-commerce is the new honey-pot attracting billions of dollars of foreign private investment, which, for this year alone, has been estimated at $2.36 billion. Japan’s richest man, Masayoshi Son, chairman and CEO of telecom and media giant SoftBank Corp. who ...Asian Age, 1 month ago
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