Though change in rules is meant to lend greater clarity, constant meddling can hit India’s investor-friendly image
Invoking a sense of déjà vu, the Centre is going to once again tweak the foreign direct investment (FDI) rules for e-commerce. This is proposed as part of its recommendations suggested in the unofficial draft of e-commerce policy that unintentionally got leaked.
First, a bit about these proposals in the draft e-commerce policy. The proposals target boosting exports of e-commerce entities by treating e-commerce exports at par with non-e-commerce exports and enhancing exports by using India Post and Foreign Post Offices facilities; providing safeguard measures by ensuring registration with designated authority and identifying rogue e-commerce entities that host pirated content and after
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