Britain will be able to increase its exports to India by more than £2 billion per year after Brexit by cutting EU red tape, a new analysis has found.
Flipkart, India's leading e-commerce marketplace, announced Monday that it has received investments totaling $1.4 billion from Microsoft, eBay and Tencent, taking the company's value to $11.6 billion.
NEW DELHI: India's gold import witnessed a fall of about 24 per cent to $23.22 billion in April-February period of the last fiscal, which is expected to keep a lid on the current account deficit.
The WTO’s dispute settlement today set up a panel to resolve the dispute between Japan and India over imposition of safeguard import duty on iron and steel products.
MUMBAI — Indian stocks reached a new high Monday, powered by foreign funds optimistic the country’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, will use his growing popularity to accelerate the pace of change and keep Asia’s third-largest economy expanding as much of the world struggles with slowdowns and uncertainty about how President Donald Trump’s policies will affect trade.
Reaffirming its commitment to 'Make in India' after logging $1 billion in revenue in the country last year, Chinese smartphone-maker Xiaomi on Monday announced its second manufacturing unit in partnership with Taiwanese electronics major Foxconn in Andhra Pradesh.
NEW DELHI: India became net exporter of electricity in the current financial year, reinforcing the turnaround story in the country's power sector but also underlining the demand slack in the changing narrative.
MUMBAI: Many foreign investors that were sitting on the fences may soon take a relook at their India investment strategy following the recent election results where the ruling BJP government dominated the outcome, say industry trackers.
Government is planning to sell a majority stake in Air India, the country’s national carrier, to a strategic partner in a bid to turn around the loss-making airline, people with knowledge of the matter said.
With $681 billion in online retail sales in 2016, China is the largest market for e-commerce globally, followed by the US, and the fastest growing one is India.