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'No longer acceptable': Donald Trump launches fresh attack on India for imposing tariffs on American products
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'No longer acceptable': Donald Trump launches fresh attack on India for imposing tariffs on American products

Trump's terse comment came within a fortnight after his meeting with Modi on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka on 28 June, where the two leaders aired their concerns over the bilateral trade disputes and agreed for a meeting of their commerce ministers to sort out the issues.

G20 Summit: Donald Trump halts new tariffs on Chinese goods post talks with Xi Jinping, says ties with Beijing 'right back on track'
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G20 Summit: Donald Trump halts new tariffs on Chinese goods post talks with Xi Jinping, says ties with Beijing 'right back on track'

The apparent truce marks a pattern for talks between Trump and Xi, who have professed their friendship with each other and hit the pause button on protectionist measures after their conversations, only to see negotiations later break down

US-China end second day of talks to save trade deal as Donald Trump's 25% duty hike on $200 bn Chinese imports loom over Beijing
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US-China end second day of talks to save trade deal as Donald Trump's 25% duty hike on $200 bn Chinese imports loom over Beijing

The trade-negotiations deals concluded on Thursday with Trump imposing heavy duties on Chinese products, the deal could risk in a heavy market collapse.

Indian government postpones plan to tax imports on mobile touch panels: Report
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Indian government postpones plan to tax imports on mobile touch panels: Report

The tariff is now likely to be levied from April 2020 if Indian finance ministry accepts MEITY's proposal.

Manufacturers call for support, tariff cuts to sustain India's smartphone growth
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Manufacturers call for support, tariff cuts to sustain India's smartphone growth

The import tariff on touch panels has been of particular concern to manufacturers including Samsung.

Trade policies should define digital products to enable and negotiate market access
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Trade policies should define digital products to enable and negotiate market access

India should align its innate economic strengths to its export-services.

Donald Trump administration announces measures to restrict nuclear technology exports to China
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Donald Trump administration announces measures to restrict nuclear technology exports to China

These measures are results of US government policy review prompted by concerns regarding China's efforts to obtain nuclear material and technology from US companies.

JioPhone 2 launch highlights: Out of stock, next flash sale on 30 August at 12 PM
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JioPhone 2 launch highlights: Out of stock, next flash sale on 30 August at 12 PM

JioPhone 2 is equipped with 512 MB RAM, 4 GB of internal storage which can be expanded up to 128 GB.

GST rate cut on 50 items: TV, refrigerator, washing machines to get cheaper; return filing simplified
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GST rate cut on 50 items: TV, refrigerator, washing machines to get cheaper; return filing simplified

The changes would come into effect across the country from 27 July onward, Finance Minister Piyush Goyal told media after the 28th meeting of the GST Council.

Retaliatory measures to counter US tariffs on Chinese goods already in place, says Beijing, warns of 'global market turmoil'
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Retaliatory measures to counter US tariffs on Chinese goods already in place, says Beijing, warns of 'global market turmoil'

The tariffs could mark the opening skirmishes of an escalating tit-for-tat trade war as Trump has vowed to impose duties on as much as $450 billion in Chinese goods

Equity markets to take cues from macroeconomic data from 12 March, global developments this week
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Equity markets to take cues from macroeconomic data from 12 March, global developments this week

The Indian stock markets during the upcoming week are expected to take directions from domestic macroeconomic data points slated to be released from 12 March onwards

Donald Trump is angry with India over import duty: A look at how India imposes custom charges on bikes and automobiles
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Donald Trump is angry with India over import duty: A look at how India imposes custom charges on bikes and automobiles

Donald Trump was not satisfied with the the Indian government's decision to reduce custom duty and asked that it should be reciprocal

SIAM seeks R&D incentive in Budget 2018, support for import of EV parts
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SIAM seeks R&D incentive in Budget 2018, support for import of EV parts

Ahead of the Budget, automobile industry body SIAM has asked the government to restore incentives given on research and development in the form of weighted tax deduction to the previous level

TRAI writes to anti-trust watchdog CCI asserting power to deal with predatory pricing in tariffs
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TRAI writes to anti-trust watchdog CCI asserting power to deal with predatory pricing in tariffs

TRAI is reviewing rules of tariff assessment, which among other issues, deals with promotional offers and predatory pricing.

Telecom companies demand improved rate for interconnect and reduced spectrum charge
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Telecom companies demand improved rate for interconnect and reduced spectrum charge

The task of the IMG is to examine systemic issues affecting viability and repayment capacity in the telecom sector and furnish recommendations for resolution.

Trai rules that telecom operators can't discriminate against same category of subscribers on tariff
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Trai rules that telecom operators can't discriminate against same category of subscribers on tariff

Trai said it has received complaints that some service providers are launching tariffs and "offering discriminatory tariff to individual customers."

India-Chile to implement expanded PTA from Tuesday
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India-Chile to implement expanded PTA from Tuesday

India and Chile will implement a bilateral expanded Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA)from 16 May, it was announced on Sunday.

Trai has made three subgroups in areas like licensing and tariff to identify and remove outdated rules
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Trai has made three subgroups in areas like licensing and tariff to identify and remove outdated rules

Telecom regulator TRAI has constituted three subgroups in areas like licencing, tariff and service quality, to identify and weed out obsolete regulations and order.

IATA and AAI launch a new E-billing solution for airport operators
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IATA and AAI launch a new E-billing solution for airport operators

The state-owned AAI, along with International Air Transport Association (IATA), today launched its e-billing solution for airport operators and air navigation services providers across the world.

Trai releases consultation paper on Regulatory Principles of Tariff Assessment
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Trai releases consultation paper on Regulatory Principles of Tariff Assessment

Trai has issued a consultation paper to discuss regulatory principles of tariff assessment considering the changing dynamics of the telecom industry.