- Nov24By PTI
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion on Tuesday notified the recent liberalisation of FDI policy in several sectors including defence, retail and construction development sector.
The Narendra Modi government is preparing to present a no-frills budget for next fiscal aimed at fiscal consolidation sans big bang schemes with populist streaks.
In one bold 'big bang' sweep on Tuesday ahead of Diwali, the government announced wide-ranging liberalisation in FDI rules across 15 sectors to set at rest doubts on whether the reform process would slow down after the poll setback in Bihar.
India is set to offer unlimited seats to designated airlines of foreign countries as part of its proposed ‘open sky’ policy but landing rights will be negotiated to suit its
Pushing ahead with major reforms, the government on Tuesday relaxed foreign investment rules in 15 sectors such as civil aviation, banking, defence, retail and news broadcasting and eased the process
The government is considering a proposal to increase the foreign investment limit in public sector banks (PSBs) to 49 per cent from 20 per cent at present.
The increase in investment limit may come in stages and not at one go.
- Oct23By PTI
India has made significant changes to some of its policies, including FDI, tariffs and customs procedures, since May, "improving" access for US trade and investment to the Indian market, a
The government will consider a proposal to increase import duty on wheat to prevent shipment of cheaper grain and send a message to farmers that it is serious about protecting
The central government is planning to come out with a national minimum wages law. Speaking on the sidelines of an event here Union labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya said
The government is reviewing plans to provide incentives to boost sugar exports after price realisation of mills increased, with local rates of sugar prices moving up on a lower production estimate this year.