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Jul 27, 2017
India to have more than 850 million online users by 2025, says BCG surveyIndia will have more than 850 million online users by 2025, with Reliance Jio triggering the growth having added 100 million connections in seven months.
Jul 27, 2017
Changing dynamics of online shopping: For consumer goods industry, omni channel presence is the way forwardMarket research indicates that 40 percent of shoppers consult three or more channels, before making a purchase
Jul 24, 2017
Delhi Congress to launch anti-GST campaign to raise awareness on adverse effects of tax schemeThe Delhi Congress will launch a week-long anti-GST campaign on 30 July at all the major markets of the city, intensifying its agitation against the "wrong implementation" of the new tax regime, it said on Monday
Jul 21, 2017
US FTC to probe allegations of Amazon misleading customers over pricing discountsAn analysis found that in 61 percent of products with reference prices, Amazon's reference prices were higher than it had sold the same product
Jul 19, 2017
House panel in the United States approves the proposal to deploy self-driving carsA U.S. House panel on Wednesday approved a sweeping proposal by voice vote to allow automakers to deploy up to 100,000 self-driving vehicles.
Jul 18, 2017
Plastic eggs, rice, sugar being sold? LS members raise concerns, govt says no specific case yetThe government said that the reports of plastic eggs had come to the notice of food safety regulator FSSAI
Jul 16, 2017
Monsoon Session of Parliament: New consumer protection law to be tabledThe Consumer Protection Bill 2017, which aims at strengthening the consumer protection mechanism, is set to be introduced during the monsoon session of Parliament.
Jul 16, 2017
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Here's a full list of bills to be consideredThe government's agenda for the Monsoon Session of the Parliament, beginning on Monday, includes a total of 34 bills
Jul 13, 2017
June inflation slowest in more than five years, builds pressure on RBI to cut ratesFalling food prices present a worry for the government because of the hit on millions of farm households.
Jul 12, 2017
June retail inflation at new low of 1.54%, food items dip"The number of 1.54 percent is historically low and reflects the firm and ongoing consolidation of macro economic stability," Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian told reporters.