Govt may extend anti-dumping duty on imports of clear float glass

The government may extend existing anti-dumping duty on imports of clear float glass as the commerce ministry has recommended for continuation of the levy. Continuation of the duty was recommended by the ministry’s investigation arm Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) after concluding a probe into it. The directorate has said there is a likelihood.

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5 key polices that are driving the growth of Indian logistics segment

The focus of the Indian government over the past few years has been on accelerated growth through improved bilateral trade and foreign investment policies. India has garnered tremendous goodwill and become a global brand for trade development, thanks to the proactive government initiatives. According to a study conducted by The Associated Chambers of Commerce and.

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Govt Unveils Two IT Initiatives for Faster Clearance of Imported Goods

The government on Monday unveiled two new IT initiatives, ICEDASH and ATITHI, for improved monitoring and pace of customs clearance of imported goods. These initiatives will also facilitate arriving international passengers with e-filing of baggage and currency declarations. Launching the initiatives, “Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman lauded the measures taken by the Central Board of Indirect.

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Government mulling setting up mega parks near ports to attract FDI: Textile Secretary

The government is mulling setting up around ten integrated mega parks with state-of-the-art infrastructure near ports to attract foreign direct investment, a top official said on Monday. Addressing a conference, Textile Secretary Ravi Capoor said there has been a “very good response” from state governments on the proposed mega parks. He noted that there are.

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ITF, Saudi Arabia Agree to Support Seafarers in Local Seaports

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have committed to work closely together to support seafarers in all of the country’s ports. On October 21, 2019, Essam M. Alammari, the IMO Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, met Steve Trowsdale, ITF Inspectorate Coordinator, and Mohamed Arrachedi, ITF Arab.

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DFCCIL 9800 Cr roadshow strikes a chord with potential investors

DFCCIL’s roadshow for the 263.7 km Sonnagar – Gomoh section of the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor which is to be developed on Public Private Participation (PPP) mode at an estimated cost of Rs. 9800 crores saw an enthusiastic participation by potential investors at National Rail Museum, Delhi today. Around 30 potential investors from 22 organisations.

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Here’s why India has stayed away from China’s Belt and Road Initiative

India has so far stayed away from China’s Belt and Road initiative (BRI) and its stand was once again reiterated by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar in October. Jaishankar had said India will not be rethinking its position on participating in the initiative. Jaishankar added that India will not be copying the model, saying that the.

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India tells Ghana to put in place clear export policy on raw cashews

The cashew sector has urged the government of Ghana to come out with a stable policy with regard to export of raw cashew nuts (RCN) so that importers from countries like India are not put to trouble. In an interactive meeting with a government delegation from Ghana at the Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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