News & Events List


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12/2017
India looks to set up more land ports to tap potential: Kiren Rijiju

India is looking to set up a few more land ports, buoyed by the success of such integrated check posts in Agartala and other places, Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Ri...

07

12/2017
Higher export relief for labour-intensive sectors

The mid-term review of the Foreign Trade Policy (2015-20) has brought in additional relief worth Rs.8,450 crore annually for the labour-intensive and micro, small and medium en...

01

12/2017
Delhi plans to create price stabilisation fund for onions

With rising onion prices becoming a recurring problem in many parts of the country, including the national capital, the Delhi government is believed to have suggested constitut...

21

11/2017
India increases import duties on edible oils as domestic prices of Oilseeds plunged below MSP

India has increased import duties on various edible oils ranging between 60% to even 100% on some oils like crude palm oil. With prices of oilseeds plunging way below the minim...

15

11/2017
Onion export jumps 56% in Apr-July, but India now importing

India's onion export rose by 56 per cent to 12.29 lakh tonnes in April-July this year, but the country has now gone in for import of the kitchen staple as retail prices hav...

06

11/2017
India ponders pulse import limits

India is contemplating import duties on peas and lentils, says a commodity markets specialist.   In an article he wrote for the Hindu Business Line, G. Chandrashekhar ...

25

10/2017
Exporters can soon claim refund for GST paid in Aug, Sept: GSTN CEO

Exporters can soon start claiming refunds for GST paid in August and September as GSTN will this week launch an online application for processing of refund, its Chief Executive...

11

10/2017
GST benefits will have positive impact on exporters, SMEs

The GST relief given to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and exporters will have a positive impact, industry body SMERA said on Monday.   The GST Council on F...

29

08/2017
Heavy rainfall likely in key agricultural regions

The monsoon has dipped slightly below normal in recent days and its distribution has been uneven, but rainfall is again on the upswing with forecast of heavy showers in the mai...

16

08/2017
No plans for duty-free sugar imports: Paswan

The country has sufficient stock of sugar available and there are no plans to allow further imports of the sweetener at zero duty, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said today. ...

04

08/2017
Branding Strategy for Export Oriented Indian Products

Indias Foreign Trade Policy Statement released in 2015emphasises the need of a branding strategy. The India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) established by the Department of Com...

24

07/2017
Despite record production, Indian wheat imports to continue

India is expected to import up to 4 million tonnes of wheat this fiscal year, despite a bumper harvest, due to the cheaper availability of the commodity in the international ma...

17

07/2017
GST row: MSME ministry fully equipped with policies to guard SMEs

The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) has shown their readiness and preparedness to guide and help the sector related to issues and concerns of the newly in...