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Retail FDI in India: Towards a brighter tomorrow

Today’s consumers have far evolved, and they expect their shopping experience to be seamless across every channel, whether it’s a brick-and-mortar store, an e-commerce website, a mobile app, or even a phone call with customer service. IoT technology (Internet of...

FDI in retail: Milestones from 2006 to 2016

Making India the most open economy in the world, Modi Government recently announced its second major reform in FDI soon after its radical changes announced in November last year. The Government, since the beginning, has been taking steps to boost FDI in...

E-comm norms for level playing field: Commerce Minister

The Government on Monday said e-commerce guidelines have brought in "greater clarity" about the sector and they will provide a level playing field to both online and offline stores. "I am very enthused and encouraged by various write-ups in newspapers...

Traders to protest against FDI in e-commerce

Traders from across the country have not welcomed the Government's decision to allow 100 per cent FDI in B2C online market and have decided to stage a protest against it. Around 10,000 trade organisations from across the country are...

100 pc FDI in 'marketplace' e-comm: Unanswered questions

The big news emerging from the Government of India on Tuesday evening was that 100 per cent FDI is going to be allowed in “marketplace” e-commerce. While the jury is not yet out on whether this is a much-needed welcome move or...

Opposition, trader's body criticize FDI in e-comm

Congress party on Wednesday criticised the Modi Government's decision to allow 100 per cent FDI through automatic route in most of e-commerce retailing, saying it would "play havoc" with 5 crore retailers in the country already facing the brunt of economic...

E-commerce clarity may pave smooth path for Alibaba

The new rules on foreign direct investment in online marketplaces could accelerate the entry of overseas firms such as China's Alibaba Group, both as investors and retailers, and potentially alter India's e-commerce landscape given their deep pockets. According to a...

FDI in e-comm: End of pseudo marketplace models, say experts

While the new policy for foreign direct investment (FDI) in the fast-growing e-commerce sector has been welcomed by several lobby groups and offline retailers, experts note that a few implications of the new guidelines could leave some online players...

FDI in e-commerce favours consumers, startups

The Government's decision to allow 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the market place format of e-commerce retailing has stirred reactions from all across the industry, and research analysts and e-tailers are a happy lot. “The allowance of...

Opinion: Impact of 100 pc FDI in e-comm on real estate

India is already host to some of the largest global e-commerce players. The announcement that 100 per cent FDI will now be allowed in e-commerce is going to open the floodgates to a host of other players in this...
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