'No change in sourcing norms for FDI in single brand retail' 11:53 Aug 01 2014 from The Economic Times, India
"Government has received some proposals from multinational companies...the proposals are under various stages for approval process....
No change in sourcing norms for FDI in single brand retail: Government 11:53 Aug 01 2014 from The Economic Times, India
NEW DELHI: No proposal to modify sourcing norms for FDI in single brand retail is under consideration of the government, Parliament was informed today. In reply to a question in Lok Sabha whether there is any proposal to modify sourcing norms in resp...
NDA govt yet to decide about FDI in multi-brand retail, says Sitharama...
Officially, however, the window remains open and foreign players who want to enter the market can seek permission from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board to set up an Indian venture...
Why Narendra Modi government is likely to do a U-turn on FDI in retail 02:55 Jul 17 2014 from DNA India
If reports are to be believed, Narendra Modi government is likely to continue with United Progressive Alliance (UPA)'s policy on multi-brand retail. It will be quite a u-turn from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)'s strong stance pre-election when it ...
Govt was forced to relax FDI norms as no investment was coming: Anand Sharma 07:38 Aug 03 2013 from IBNLive
New Delhi: Justifying UPA's decision to relax investment norms in multi-brand retail and to raise FDI caps in several sectors, Commerce Minister Anand Sharma said that investors were not forthcoming. In an exclusive interview to CNN-IBN, the
Govt relaxes FDI norms in several sectors to boost sagging economy 08:59 Aug 01 2013 from IBNLive
New Delhi: The government on Thursday approved liberalisation of FDI norms in a dozen sectors, including 100 per cent in telecom and higher caps in insurance and defence sectors, to boost the sagging economy. Although a high-level meeting chaired by
Govt clears 49 pc FDI in defence with conditions, 100 pc FDI in telecom: Sources 08:42 Jul 16 2013 from IBNLive
New Delhi: Despite opposition from Defence Minister AK Antony, the government on Tuesday increased the limit for Foreign Direct Investment ( FDI) in defence to 49 per cent from 26 per cent at present, according to sources. The new policy will be
PM meets senior ministers to discuss increasing FDI limits 06:39 Jul 16 2013 from IBNLive
New Delhi: A day after RBI hiked bank rates, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday meet senior Cabinet minister to discuss the proposal to increases foreign investment caps in sectors like telecom, retail and defence. The government is
Walmart lobbying case 'closed' due to lack of evidence: Sources 05:59 May 19 2013 from IBNLive
New Delhi: Investigation into whether US giant Walmart may have bribed Indian officials to gain wider access to the country's vast market has been closed due to lack of evidence, sources said on Sunday. Corporate Affairs Ministry has confirmed and