Posts from category India News

Indo-Bhutan Power Trade to Reciprocally Obviate Dearth

on July 10, 2010 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Business, Economy, Export News, Import News, India, India News, Indian Exports, News, Trade Deals, Trade News, Comments Off

India’s plan to create over $1bn sovereign-backed fund to boost trade and investment for domestic power utilities in South Asia will largely benefit Bhutan to fund its power distribution projects to its remote areas. Riding high on generating 45 percent… Continue reading

India Diamond Trade Bolsters – Yet Short of Pre-crash levels

on June 18, 2010 by admin in Africa News, Business, Import News, India News, Trade News, Comments Off

According to the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), India’s polished diamond exports rose 73 percent year on year to almost $1.8bn in May and the polished imports rose 68 percent during the same period to $984mn for the… Continue reading

Afghan Serendipity Exposes US Interests in Business of War

on June 15, 2010 by admin in Business, China Business News, Economy, Global Economy, India, India News, Opinion, Politics, Research, Review, Russia News, Saudi Arabia News, Trade News, US Business News, World Business, World Business News, Comments Off

It was always a mystery why most military powers constantly attempted to occupy often portrayed derelict Afghanistan, but with the latest discovery of the country being seated over more than $1tn precious mineral deposits lays it to rest instantly. According… Continue reading

Overarching Trade Promotions by Turkey to Power Growth

on June 14, 2010 by admin in Business, Cameroon News, Economy, Export News, India News, News, South Africa News, Trade Deals, Trade News, World Business News, Comments Off

The Turkish government through various trade programs is ensuring that its economy will grow by more than 12 percent in the coming quarters. The one such program is the “Turkey-World Trade Bridge 2010 (TWTB) meet” conducted by the Confederation of… Continue reading

NZ Reveals Game Plan on FTAs and Bilateral Trade Pacts

on June 2, 2010 by admin in ASEAN News, Australian Business, Australian News, Bilateral Trade, Business, China Business News, Dairy News, Dairy Trade, Export News, Import News, India News, New Zealand News, News, Trade Deals, Trade News, Comments Off

New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser’s address while laying the groundwork for the FTA talks with Russia has unveiled a strategy that his country would possibly be effecting the early mover advantage in its future bilateral and regional trade pacts.… Continue reading

Sri Lanka Trade Pacts ‚Äď Some Prefer China over India

on June 1, 2010 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Business, China Business News, India, India News, Trade Deals, Trade News, Comments Off

The Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) expected to be signed between India and Sri Lanka next month which sparked off recent protests in Colombo is seen as a retrogressive deal by some quarters from the island nation. According to sources,… Continue reading

Indo-Israeli FTA Talks to Ride on Equal Trade Opportunities

on May 18, 2010 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Business, Economy, Export News, Import News, India, India News, Israel News, News, Comments Off

A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between India and Israel, proposed by the latter about four years ago, has all the trappings for an early completion as both sides find the future partner with complementary trade openings. The upcoming visit by… Continue reading

China and Bangladesh Look at US after India Cotton Ban

on April 26, 2010 by admin in Africa News, China Business News, India News, News, Trade News, Comments Off

The US has become the most sought after location for cotton following India barred last week its cotton shipments in an effort to curb soaring domestic prices. The sudden halt of exports of Indian cotton has put pressure on yarn… Continue reading

ACTA to Play God on Online Activities ‚Äď Overrides WIPO Role

on April 21, 2010 by admin in Africa News, Asia Pacific Trade, Australian Business, B2B Business, Bilateral Trade, Canada News, China Business News, E-Commerce, EU News, Global B2B, India, India News, Pakistan News, Switzerland News, Trade News, World Business, World Business News, Comments Off

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) which will be released on Thursday from New Zealand is expected to put tabs on most e-activities on the basis of piracy or copyright infringement. Moreover, the accord is also likely to slight the existence… Continue reading

India Scales up Vegetable Exports by 70 Percent

on April 20, 2010 by admin in Export News, Import News, India, India News, Indian Exports, Trade News, Comments Off

In a data presented by Minister of State for Commerce and Industry of India, Jyotiraditya M Scindia concluded that country‚Äôs vegetable exports are showing stupendous growth since last year. According to the press release by Press Information Bureau, the Government… Continue reading

Dutch Revving to Re-write 400yr-old Trade History with India

on April 7, 2010 by admin in Bilateral Trade, EU News, India, India News, Netherlands, Trade Deals, Trade News, Comments Off

The Netherlands has sent a high level delegation to India to tap the growing importance in the world economy of its long-standing trade partner. The five-day Netherlands economic mission which started on Monday is expected to feature various sectors including… Continue reading

India Womens Bill Tied to Population Control and Economic Growth

on March 10, 2010 by admin in Economy, Global Economy, India, India News, Comments Off

In economic parlance, any entity‚Äôs development and growth is judged by its economic capabilities of maximizing returns and minimizing expenditure. Likewise, the proposed Women’s Reservation Bill of India is designed to maintain the momentum of the country‚Äôs growth through a… Continue reading

China to Effect Huge Policy Changes to Promote Trade

on March 8, 2010 by admin in Africa News, China Business News, Export News, Import News, India, India News, Indian Exports, Trade News, World Business, World Business News, Comments Off

According to the recent National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) sessions, China is expected to consider serious changes in its exim policy while re-balancing its economy. Though exports will continue to remain the focal point… Continue reading

Migrant Workers Fuel e-Wallet Growth in the Gulf

on February 24, 2010 by admin in Africa News, Business Communication, E-Commerce, India News, Malaysia News, Trade News, UAE News, World Business, Comments Off

The current mobile phone finance players and aspiring entrants are vying among one another to extract a higher share of the future market of mobile payments, the latest mode of payment among migrant workers, by joining forces with current mobile… Continue reading

Malaysia to Hire Foreigners for Custom-made Garment Industry

on February 17, 2010 by admin in India, India News, Malaysia News, Pakistan News, Trade News, Comments Off

The rising demand for custom-made garments and lack of skilled domestic tailors are hampering the growth or even the existence of many tailoring shops in Malaysia. An industry head apprised The Star that about 2,000 traditional Indian tailor shops in… Continue reading

Nigeria Offers Free Land and Tax Holiday to Indian Investors

on February 11, 2010 by admin in Africa News, Bilateral Trade, Dairy News, Dairy Trade, India News, Trade Deals, Trade News, Comments Off

The Governor of Borno state of Nigeria Ali Mudu Sheriff while attending the 3rd Nigeria – India Business & Investment Forum (NIBIF 2010) announced that his state would be providing free land and tax rebate for ten years to the… Continue reading

UK Staple Food Shifts to French, Indian and Mexican Ones

on February 11, 2010 by admin in Business, EU News, India News, UK News, Comments Off

The British bread that donned the role of ubiquitous easy-carry meal to an industrialized world is giving way to a variety of food items like the French croissants, the Indian Chapattis and the Mexican tortillas, according to a recent study.… Continue reading

China Acts by welcoming More Indian Goods

on January 22, 2010 by admin in Asia Pacific Trade, Business, China Business News, Export News, India News, Indian Exports, Trade Deals, Trade News, Comments Off

The Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao gave assurance to the visiting Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma that his country would do everything to iron out trade imbalances with India. New Delhi had been complaining about the trade deficit for… Continue reading

Myanmar Will Bring China and India Closer by Reopening Old Route

on January 13, 2010 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Economy, Global Economy, India News, Trade News, World Business News, Comments Off

According to sources, Myanmar has agreed to honour a long standing need of the region by re-opening the Stilwell Road to facilitate trade among China, India and Myanmar. At the recently concluded 5th North East Business Summit at Kolkata, the… Continue reading

UID and RTE of India to be the Largest Eco-friendly Projects

on November 12, 2009 by admin in Business, Economy, India News, Trade News, World Business News, Comments Off

India would be spending in excess of $100bn on its two ambitious projects, Unique Identification cards (UID cards) and Right to Education (RTE) program in the next five years. The country‚Äôs UID project is aimed at providing multi-purpose identity cards… Continue reading

Negotiations on Indo‚ÄďAustralian FTA Soon

on September 29, 2009 by admin in Business, Economy, India News, World Business, Comments Off

The Indian origin Australian high commissioner during his recent visit to India said the negotiations on the proposed FTA would begin after governments of both the countries examine the feasibility study report on the pact. Peter Varghese, the newly-appointed high… Continue reading

India to Become Cocoa Production Hub of the Region

on June 1, 2009 by admin in Economy, India News, Trade News, World Business News, Comments Off

Rising demand from the recession proof India for chocolates is forcing leading manufacturers to look within the country for cocoa sourcing to avoid 30 percent import duty and rising transportation cost. Cadbury, the leading UK-based chocolate producers claimed that India… Continue reading

Rising Sandalwood Demand in China Triggers Illegal Trade

on May 20, 2009 by admin in Business, India News, Malaysia News, Nepal News, Sandalwood News, Trade News, World Business, World Business News, Comments Off

Lately, Malaysia and Indo-Nepal border have become illegal trade corridors for Indian sandalwood owing to increased demand from China. Director General of Malaysian Timber Industry Board, Dr Jalaluddin Harun said that seven shipments of sandalwood worth close to $6mn had… Continue reading

India and Pakistan to Export Wheat Following Bumper Harvest

on May 19, 2009 by admin in Business, India News, Pakistan News, Trade News, World Business News, Comments Off

The high yield of wheat this season in India and Pakistan has prompted them to allow the grain to be exported from this month onwards. Both countries riding high on the bumper harvest will be exporting wheat after many years… Continue reading

Egypt Removes Additional Tariff ‚Äď India Expects the Same from Turkey

on April 25, 2009 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Egypt News, India News, Trade News, Turkey News, Comments Off

Mounting pressure from the Indian government has forced Egypt to call off the ‚Äėprecautionary fee‚Äô of 25 percent of CIF value imposed in January this year on Indian cotton yarn, fabric and sugar. This tariff was in addition to 5… Continue reading