CAIT seeks probe into alleged avoidance of tax liability by Amazon, Flipkart; appeals to Nirmala Sitharaman
CAIT said the concept of charging GST at the selling price does not hold good in such kind of supplies where the fundamental of fair market value is not observed
Future Group starts listing brands, products on Amazon; US e-commerce major may buy stake in Future Coupons
Future Group’s Big Bazaar will be one of the preferred sellers on Amazon Now. Amazon is also in talks to buy a stake in Future Coupons, a firm owned by Biyani
Traders' body CAIT writes to Suresh Prabhu, says fundamentals of draft e-commerce policy should not be diluted
CAIT suggested that e-commerce companies should be listed with a stock exchange "as it will stop their ability to keep on making sustained losses by adopting indiscriminate discounting
IKEA waited six years for an amenable FDI regime; Swedish retailer to trigger price war in India’s fragmented furniture market
The journey to its first store in India shows IKEA has been able to navigate the power corridors, coaxing successive governments into relaxing policies to suit its needs.
National e-commerce policy: Experts highlight eight factors that the upcoming document should focus on
India does not have a national e-commerce policy and it does not have a consolidated legal framework to deal with it
AAP announces 'Delhi bandh' on 23 January to protest sealing of business establishments, CAIT also announces strike
The Aam Aadmi Party will hold a day-long bandh on 23 January in Delhi to protest against the ongoing sealing drive by the BJP-ruled civic bodies and the Centre's move to allow 100 per cent FDI in retail
FDI not worth much without tech transfer, it contributes only 2% to India's investments: Subramanian Swamy
The government on Wednesday relaxed FDI policy for medical devices and audit firms associated with companies receiving overseas funds.
Flipkart may be flipped: Indian policy-makers and regulators must wake up to Amazon's dominance tricks
A new-new economy needs a new-new approach to global trade wars and regulation. Is the Narendra Modi government aware and awake?
E-coommerce provided employment at warehouses and couriers but that barely scratches the surface of the festering unemployment problem
The Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram kept his listeners engaged for over an hour and answered to every questions, tough and easy, put forward by Firstpost, senior editor, Sandip Roy.
During the same period, $43 billion worth of electronic and electrical equipment, both for industrial and consumer use, has also found their way into India from China.
Even without the presence of foreign companies in big retail, goods are being sourced from China.
Apart from UK-based Tesco Plc, the government has not received any other proposal for investment in the country's multi brand retail sector so far, Parliament was informed today.
India Ratings has retained its negative outlook for the retail sector the next fiscal as well with a stable bias, and ruled out revising it to positive near-term
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today downplayed Air Deccan founder Captain Gopinath's comments against its government's decision to reject FDI in retail in<br /><br /> Delhi, saying members can have different opinions.
Can the outburst by AAP MLA Vinod Binny really affect the AAP's image and preparations for the national elections?
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal may have reversed the previous government's decision to allow foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail, but the Congress is not giving up that easily.
Kejriwal had said though his government reversed the decision on allowing FDI in Delhi, the AAP was not "opposed to FDI per se".