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Oct 30, 2017
GST: Lower tax rates would not solve the problems of small businesses entirelyThe truth is the government and its ministers are clueless about the nature of difficulties faced by the small businesses under GST
Nov 03, 2016
Shoppers rejoice: Flipkart, Amazon, et al, will continue discounts at least until 2019. Here's whySeveral industry experts assert that the online business model seems to be flawed and these players would soon run out of cash to carry out such discount offers for a longer time
Sep 27, 2016
Will Walmart provide money power for Flipkart to take on Amazon? A win-win deal may be in makingWalmart is looking at buying a small equity stake in Flipkart for which both the companies are likely to hold talks later this week
Aug 24, 2016
Grievance redressal mechanism on complaints against e-tailersFollowing complaints by offline players on advertisements given by e-retailers in media announcing sale, the Commerce and Industry Ministry today said a grievance redressal mechanism is being set up to look into the issues.
Aug 11, 2016
Rakesh Biyani on online discounts: Rule of law is the govt's responsibilityIf there is a possibility of violation of the rule of law, it is the job of a government agency to do that. We are not here to investigate, says Rakesh Biyani of Future Group
Mar 30, 2016
Ecommerce FDI: How the government's latest move will hurt consumers, small sellersBy allowing 100% FDI in the marketplace model, this government has addressed just one pain point in the retail industry.
Jan 19, 2015
3 ways e-tailers can turn their business data into profitable businessBig data can help e-commerce companies manage their inventories, and raise alerts in advance on products that may be running low on supply...
Dec 21, 2014
Reality check: Indian etailers' marketplace model can create more UbersMost of the etailers in India including Amazon and Flipkart are pulling wool over the eyes of authorities when they say their business model is marketplace i.e. they are only aggregators, offering their websites for use by sellers.