Junglee.com is focussed on capitalising the mobile and internet penetration and bringing small sellers online.
Phil Shaw, chief executive, Lockheed Martin India, in an e-mail interview elaborates on the company’s strategy for its growth in India.
As foreign firms in the defence sector prepare to reap benefits from ‘Make in India’, there are concerns on India’s defence offset policy and lack of infrastructure, which need to be addressed to harness the true potential. Boeing India president Pratyush Kumar, in an interaction with Shruti Srivastava, discusses the firm’s India strategy and concerns […]
IPA said that country’s intellectual patent regime conforms to the WTO norms.
Companies are responding positively to the CEO-like focus of the PM on domestic economy, said Farrell.
With manufacturing growth, rented housing is necessary to accommodate the spurt in migrant workers.
Apart from those travelling with Obama for the CEOs meeting, several top American CEOs are travelling to India separately.
Heavy industry, shipping, IT make a case for subsidies, tax breaks.
Ministry is also considering whether business restructuring done abroad can be excluded from the retrospective amendments relating to indirect transfers.
To urge the US for not extending the provisions of the country’s Border Security Act — which almost doubled the H1B and L1 visa fees — beyond 2015.
Multiple ‘rules of origin’ norms & ‘negative lists’ creating problems.
As rising mobile and Internet penetration pushes growth Amazon India is focusing on creating mobile-first experience for shopping online.
India is estimated to have over 243 million Internet users and 185 million users accessing the Internet using their mobile devices.
Reigning high realty prices take the sheen off premium segment.
The UPA-II had reduced excise duty on small cars to 8 per cent, SUVs to 24 per cent.
The final integration with the common GST portal will happen only after the GST laws of both the Centre and states are ready.
The new model has adopted an enterprise-based definition, aligning the FDI policy with the BIT.
Later this month, the DIPP is convening a strategy meeting with various ministries and departments, which would be chaired by Prime Minister Modi.
The PM’s constituency seems to have become the new hot spot for corporate launches.
The proposal is pending with the law ministry.
Given its strength in diamond polishing and processing, global companies are looking at deepening ties with India.
Anglo-Australian firm Rio Tinto is enthusiastic about the opportunities India has to offer even as its prime mining project...
The committee had recommended 49 per cent foreign investment through the automatic route in all sectors except defence, insurance and media.
India will seek to steer the process for a comprehensive economic cooperation pact within the Eurasian Economic Commission.
Urges commerce and finance ministries to resolve the dividend distribution tax and minimum alternate tax issues at the earliest.
A draft Cabinet note has been floated by the corporate affairs ministry.
The condition of domestic content requirement has attracted criticism from countries like the US, which have termed it as protectionist.
Currently, investors are permitted to exit on completion of the project or after three years from the date of final investment.
The issue of international arbitration for tax figures on the agenda of the talks on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting.
India will push for a reduction in the remittance costs of non-residents at the summit and seek a dialogue on gas markets.
Jayant Sinha is the son of former finance minister Yashwant Sinha and a first-time MP.
The Land Acquisition Act was passed during the previous UPA regime with the then opposition BJP supported it in Parliament.
TATA Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry has sought the government’s permission to import an E-type Jaguar of 1971 vintage, which was famously described by Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the eponymous Italian sports car manufacturer as “the most beautiful car ever made”. The permission has been sought from the Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) because, […]
Govt looking at 11% for Centre, 12% for states; may figure in Budget.
In any other case, the rigorous imprisonment will not be less than three months and can be extended up to two years with fine.
Govt says can’t commit on confidentiality until word from Supreme Court.
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