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Latest Articles in department of industrial policy and promotion

Lukewarm Response For BPO Seats From Bengal: STPI

The scheme was under the government's Start-Up Mission with the view to promote job opportunities in smaller towns and cities across the country

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FDI Jumps 37% To $10.4 Billion During April-June 2017

According to the figures of the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), India had received $7.59 billion FDI during April-June 2016-17

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Govt Gives Green Signal To Amazon's $500 Million Proposal For FDI In Food

The proposal was pending before the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) which has been abolished now.

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Government Working On New Industrial Policy

The official said the new policy would focus on several areas like ways to encourage innovation, further simplification of taxation system and address new challenges of the manufacturing sector.

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Planning To Get Into Startups! Read This To Know More

The government has eased norms for getting income tax benefits available under the Startup India programme.

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Govt Considering 100 Per Cent FDI In Insurance Broking

The government is considering allowing 100 per cent foreign direct investment in insurance broking with a view to giving a boost to the sector and attracting more funds

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FDI Jumps 77.5% To $5.15 Billion In September

With the government relaxing FDI policy and taking steps to improve ease of doing business, the Foreign Direct Investment in the country increased by 77.5 per cent to $5.15 billion in September this year

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Govt May Allow 100 Per Cent FDI In Online Marketplace Soon

If the DIPP proposal is accepted, it will help most e-commerce websites and give a boost to the Central government's drive to enhance the ease of doing business

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New IPR Policy To Boost Domestic Patents Filing

The government is taking steps to further streamline the patent examination process at the Intellectual Property Office in order to bring it at par with the standards of US and UK by ensuring that the pendency of cases does not exceed three months

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