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Expected Impact Of FDI In Retail

The Union Cabinet has approved 51% FDI in multi-brand retail and raised the cap on FDI in single-brand retail from 51% to 100%. Partner & National Leader – Retail & Consumer Products, Pinakiranjan Mishra, and Partner – Tax, Paresh Parekh, share their views on this development. Growth of the Retail sector in India – Improvement in Retail capability building About ...

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SME – Great Opportunity

India has got tremendous scope for investors and entrepreneurs as far as business opportunities are concerned. Especially, India has always been in the limelight in terms of SME business. By SME business, we mean small and medium enterprises that maintain revenues or a number of employees below a certain standard. Every country has its own definition of what is considered ...

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Indo Israeli Trade And Commerce – A Breakthrough

Amar Nararen Ever since India formally recognized and established full diplomatic relations with Israel in 1992, trade and commerce between the two nation states has tended to rise. But with the thrust given by the Modi government, things are really looking up, with trade up to $4.5 billions in 2015. A significant proportion of this commerce is defence related. Israel ...

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India Canada Trade – Much Scope Left

Amaar Nararen   According to the recent figures on India’s foreign trade partners, Canada accounts for 1.2% of India’s total exports and 0.9% of imports. Indian exports to Canada have increased from C$ 280 million in 1992 to C$ 1326 million in 2003 (January to November): a five-fold increase. Canadian exports to India have marginally increased from C$ 529 million ...

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SME’s Need to Adopt Innovative Approach in Their Operations.

by Amar Nararen   Indian Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) sector has emerged as a highly vibrant and dynamic sector of the Indian economy over the last five decades. SMEs not only play a crucial role in providing large employment opportunities at comparatively lower capital cost than large industries but also help in industrialization of rural areas. SMEs are complementary ...

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