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CAIT suggests for an independent ministry for domestic trade governance, It urges for a national policy for retail and a separate ministry for internal trade.
IndiaMart.com can become the second ecommerce company in India who comes out with an initial public offering.
Haryana Government develops e-commerce linkage schemes for MSMEs, which will support not only in building the brands but also in trading online.
Alibaba Group Holding’s finance affiliate has manage to raise a record of $4.5 billion for funding from China Investment Corp. and China Construction Bank Corp.
Since the ecommerce space has grown significantly, investors are now shifting their focus to achieving a profitable growth
AskmeGrocery is launching Fresh food, a perishable grocery marketplace and Medicines, an online health marketplace, to take over the established online players in the grocery and pharmacy space.
India’s brick-and-mortar retailers are preparing to lobby the government to make sure that eCommerce companies are following new rules and regulations for the online marketers
Myntra already sells Forever 21’s products online in India under an exclusive tieup. A deal to take over the 10 brick-and-mortar stores currently managed by a joint venture of Forever 21.
News:Alibaba looks for a partnership possibility with TATAs, to venture into Indian online retail market
The Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba is looking to set up business in India and chances are they may tie-up with TATAs to venture into online retail market in India
Paytm has scrapped its transaction fee for its consumer-to-merchant offline wallets with an aim to encourage digital money transfer on its platform.