Big e-commerce companies should give up arrogance and face CCI inquiry: Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal

Big e-commerce companies should give up arrogance and face CCI inquiry: Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal

New Delhi – Union Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal criticised that Big E-com Companies, like Amazon and Flipkart, are too proud of their financial strength. Goyal blamed in clear words that these companies have been consciously violating the Indian laws and warned that these companies would have to abide by the Indian laws. Furthermore, Union Minister […]

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Four new trade routes open between India and Bhutan

Four new trade routes open between India and Bhutan

New Delhi: – Four new trade routes have been opened between India and Bhutan. These trade routes will connect Bhutan with Nagarkata in West Bengal, Agartala in Tripura, and Jogighopa and Pandu in Assam. A permanent custom station also has been set up at Nagarkot, from where all materials can be transported. Before this, only specified materials could be transported […]

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India announces $1 billion line of credit for Central Asian countries

India announces $1 billion line of credit for Central Asian countries

New Delhi: India announced loans worth $1 billion for development projects in the Central Asian countries in the connectivity, health, agriculture, energy, education and IT sectors. A virtual meeting between the Indian and Central Asian Foreign Ministers was held on Wednesday. During the meeting, India decided to provide this loan assistance, for the social and […]

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India, US discuss Free Trade Agreement, likely to partner on 5G

India, US discuss Free Trade Agreement, likely to partner on 5G

New Delhi: Possibilities of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between India and the United States are being examined and Indian Commerce Minister Piyush Goel and US Secretary for Commerce Wilbur Ross held discussions regarding this. It is said that the Ministers concurred on signing a limited cooperation agreement between the countries, before the FTA. At […]

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