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It Is Possible To Achieve A Trillion Dollars Each Of Services, Merchandise Exports By 2030: Goyal

Talking about the government’s efforts to improve the ease of living and the ease of doing business, Goyal said that 22,000 compliances were reduced or eliminated in a year and added that brainstorming was being done to achieve more.

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6000 Railway Stations To Be WiFi-Enabled In Next 6 Months: Piyush Goyal

"We believe that if we have to leverage digital technology, the basic ingredient is to ensure access to technology in the remotest part of the country. The railways is working on a programme to ensure the last mile connectivity wherever we do not have fibre optics in our network," said Goyal

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Indian Food Industry To Touch 5.5 Lakh Crore Mark In 5 Years, Says FICCI-Technopak Report

Following the World Food India, the nation has a food fever running till date. Following the same trend, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries had released its Technopak report for the trend assessment of Indian food service industry estimates. Here is the brief of what the FICCI has estimated

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Mamata Woos Post-Brexit Investments To West Bengal

"West Bengal is a gateway to the north-eastern region. Our skills, talent, and technology is our advantage, which makes the state a great base for UK businesses," Mamta Banerjee

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India Is At The Centre Of Global Debate For Sustainability: Dr Mukund Rajan

On 16th August, a special press conference was held in FICCI, on the forthcoming Business and Climate Summit (BCS) being organized by FICCI on August 31 and September 1, 2017.

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India Switching To Digital Mode Of Transaction; Is It Safe?

According to NITI Aayog, the outstanding stock of currency in circulation dropped to 8.8 per cent in 2016-17 from around 12 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP) during 2011-12 to 2015-16.

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