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GST will help in e-commerce export, but clarity on policy needed: Stakeholders

GST will help in e-commerce export, but clarity on policy needed:...

Though e-commerce players are expecting a surge in exports after the roll-out of India's landmark Goods and Services Tax...
Industry stakeholders react to passage of GST Bill

India Inc stakeholders react to passage of GST Bill

GST is the most radical taxation reform that is set to alter India's economic prospects, a single indirect tax, encompassing all goods and services...

Amway facility gets operational, to benefit 5.50 lakh business owners

Direct-selling FMCG firm Amway’s first manufacturing facility in the country, which has been set up at an investment of...

‘Massmerize 2014 — Sustainable Growth in Uncertain Times’

‘Massmerize 2014- Sustainable Growth in Uncertain Times’, the 4TH edition of retail and FMCG conference organised by Federation of...

Wellness in Tier II and III: Opportunities and Challenges

Spas and wellness centres in the metros are outdoing each other in offering upscale and reasonably priced services to...

Key Retail Real Estate Trends 2013

According to research emanating from the 6th edition of Malls of India released in September 2013, there was about...

FICCI: Multi-channel retailing is the need of the hour

Indian retail has an exciting potential of 1.2 billion consumers, but is constrained by its relatively inadequate and expensive...

IRF 2011 to equip retailers to give more to Indian consumers

Indian consumers have a lot to rejoice as Indian government contemplates to open its door wider for foreign investment...

A Stitch in Time

In recessionary times, a focus on quality and long term success can be a great asset for any organisation....

Indian spa industry in need of trained therapists

According to industry experts, the Indian spa industry, which is growing at around 20-30 per cent annually, is still...
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