India's Analytics, BI software market to reach $304 million in 2018: Gartner
The revenue of India's analytics and business intelligence (BI) software market will reach $304 million in 2018, an 18.1 per cent increase over the past year, according to a Gartner forecast on Tuesday.

Citing discrimination, India drags US to WTO on steel, aluminium tariffs
India has complained to the World Trade Organization (WTO) against the US’ tariffs on steel and aluminium imports citing inconsistency with global trade norms.

Mobiistar enters Indian market
Vietnamese mobile phone brand Mobiistar is set to start selling in India on the country’s biggest online store, Flipkart, by the end of the month.

Doosan Vietnam exports first rubber-tyred cranes to India
Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam Co. Ltd. (Doosan Vina) has shipped five rubber-tyred cranes to India.

India Inc invests over $4 billion in South Africa
NEW DELHI: As many as 140 Indian companies with operations in South Africa have invested more than USD 4 billion and created 18,000 direct jobs, according to a report released today.

India’s trade surplus with US hits a high
MUMBAI: The odds on India drawing the ‘protectionist’ US President Donald Trump’s attention may have just shortened. New Delhi’s trade surplus with Washington has risen to a record high, and Asia’s thirdbiggest economy now ranks ninth on the list of trade partners for the US, climbing from 13 six years ago.

India, US discuss need to resume dialogue on economic and financial partnership
Washington: Officials from India and the US have discussed the need to restart Economic and Financial Partnership dialogue for greater cooperation and coordination on issues of common concern especially in the multilateral fora.

India to file dispute with WTO if US rejects tariff request
INDIA would lodge a trade dispute against the United States at the World Trade Organisation if Washington does not grant it exemptions from higher tariffs on steel and aluminium, three government officials involved in trade talks said.

US-China tariff war may be a boon for India, say experts
NEW DELHI: With the US and China reducing their engagement in the area of trade, India could seize the opportunity to increase its presence in the two markets, say trade experts.

Vietnam trusts new CPTPP trade agreement
The newly inked Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is expected to greatly help its member countries, especially in the context of the spread of protectionism.