India has assured global retail giants Walmart and Tesco that it will hand hold them for their entry into the just opened multi-brand retailing in the country.
The assurance was given by Commerce and
Rahul Gandhi was formally elevated to the number two position in the Congress party after being appointed its Vice President, but his role in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls would be decided
Amid global economic problems, the govt on Tuesday unveiled 7-point strategy to boost exports which include extension of interest subsidy scheme by one year till 31st March 2013.
In an initiative to promote trade in local currencies, the BRICS nations signed two agreements to provide line of credit to business community and decided to examine the possibility of setting up
The Union Minister of commerce Industry and Textiles, Anand Sharma and his South African counterpart, Mr Rob Davies will interact with the CEOs of the two countries at the second meeting of
PM Manmohan Singh has dropped seven ministers, inducted V Kishore Chandra Deo and seven other new faces, and elevated three others including Jairam Ramesh from whom Environment and Forests has been taken
India and Germany on Tuesday reviewed the security situation in Pakistan and Afghanistan with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asserting that terrorism will have to be fought "on all fronts and not selectively".
India today raised the issue of visa fee hike by the US, emphasising the Obama administration not take any step detrimental to the interest of Indian IT professionals. The issue, which has
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev called on the International Monetary Fund to include the currencies of the leading emerging markets, known as BRICs, in the IMF's special drawing rights.
Inaugurating annual World Economic Forum
The govt has said it aims to attract, in the next five years, a whopping USD 250 billion foreign direct investment into India, which has become an investor-friendly destination for global investors.
The government on Monday decided to suspend onion exports till January 15 following skyrocketing prices at around Rs 60-70 a kilo due to "hoarding and speculation".
Rejecting the "dragon" and "elephant" comparison made between China and India, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday said there is enough space for both the two Asian nations to develop and prosper.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday took up with his Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao "difficult questions" impacting on Sino-Indian ties and pressed for "sensitivity" to India's "core issues".
The tenth meeting between the
Union Commerce and Trade Minister Anand Sharma on Thursday said that India values South Korean investment despite the row over its POSCO steel project in Orissa over issues related to land and