Advertisement

  • News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print

Latest Articles in commerce ministry

Commerce Ministry To Extend Foreign Trade Policy For Some More Months

Last year in September, the government extended the Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20 till March 31, 2022, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The present policy came into force on April 1, 2015

Read More

Aim To Cut Imports, Commerce Ministry Shares List Of Items With Ministries

As part of an exercise to reduce the country's import bill, the ministry has undertaken a detailed analysis of these 102 products for enhancing domestic production opportunities of those items.

Read More

India To Achieve $1Tn Services Export Target By 2030: Goyal

"While services trade remained depressed in other countries, India’s services sector showed immense resilience. Sectors like tourism, hospitality, etc. which suffered due to COVID-19, showing revival signs," Goyal added.

Read More

Commerce Ministry Recommends Continuation Of Anti-Dumping Duty For 5 Years On Certain Steel Imports From China

The recommended duty is the difference between the landed value of the goods and $546 per tonne. If the landed value is more than $546 per tonne, anti-dumping duty will not be applicable

Read More

Comm Min For Extending Anti-Dumping Duty On Certain Steel Products

Anti-dumping measures are taken to ensure fair trade and provide a level playing field to the domestic industry. It is not a measure to restrict imports or cause an unjustified increase in the cost of products.

Read More

Exports Up 46% To $33.28 Bn In August

Imports during the month increased by 51.72 per cent to USD 47.09 billion, the data showed.

Read More

Govt Extends Free Imports Of Tur, Urad Till Dec 31

The import consignments of these items with Bill of Lading issued on or before December 31, 2021, would not be allowed by Customs beyond January 31, 2022.

Read More

Consignments Of Dragon Fruit Exported First Time To London, Bahrain: Commerce Min

The fruit is grown mostly in Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Read More

Commerce Ministry Recommends Withdrawal Of Anti-Dumping Duty On A Fibre From China, Indonesia

AEPC along with other organisations in the VSF value chain had appealed to the government for the removal of the duty on this fibre to address the VSF spun yarn availability and price issues in order to prevent job losses and stoppage of production across the VSF textile value chain.

Read More

Working On Plan To Boost Agri Exports From Ladakh: Commerce Min

The commerce ministry said that following a series of interactions at Ladakh, areas of work have been identified and that include enhancement of production of fruits with medicinal values such as sea buckthorn, apricot; introduction of traceability system, capacity-building of farmers and value addition of products.

Read More

Pan-India Integration Of Industrial Land Bank System By Dec: Comm Min

The land bank system has about 4,000 industrial parks mapped across an area of 5.5 lakh hectare of land, serving as a decision support system for investors scouting for land remotely.

Read More

Benefits Under Different Export Schemes Put On Hold For Temporary

'The export industry would hope that this suspension is lifted soon and the benefits are made available in full and soon,'

Read More

Consignments Of GI Certified Flowers Exported To USA, Dubai From Tamil Nadu: Com Min

Under Geographical Indication (GI) law, a product is identified as a good or an item manufactured or produced in a particular region. It enjoys a specific reputation that is attributable to that geographical region.

Read More

GI Certified Bhalia Variety Of Wheat Exported To Kenya, Sri Lanka From Gujarat:Commerce Min

India exported a substantial quantity of grain to seven new countries - Yemen, Indonesia, Bhutan, Philippines, Iran, Cambodia, and Myanmar during 2020-21.

Read More

First Commercial Shipment Of Cherries From Kashmir Exported To Dubai: Commerce Min

The union territory of Jammu and Kashmir produces more than 95 per cent of the total country's production of commercial varieties of cherries in the country

Read More