In July, India had clarified it wouldn't ratify a trade facilitation agreement until a permanent solution on food security was arrived at

Won’t compromise on farmers’ interest, says Commerce Minister

Favouring imposition of anti-dumping duty on solar cells, the Commerce Ministry, on Wednesday, said it would boost manufacturing in the country and attract foreign investments in the sector.

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy is opposing the Commerce Ministry's recommendation to slap an anti-dumping duty on imported solar cells, saying "it is not the right time" to impose the lev

The report, prepared by Accenture, said Gujarat has 'a very simplified land acquisition procedure in the state with minimum direct government participation'

A Commerce and Industry Ministry sponsored report on Tuesday showcased the Gujarat model of land acquisition as the best practice, adding it can be emulated by other states with some modifications, to improve the business environment.

A Rajya Sabha Committee on Petitions has urged the government to review meat export policy and recommended not to grant permission for any new slaughter house until a critical analysis by a dedicat

Commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma has assured his South Korean counterpart Yoon Sang-jick that India is expediting clearance to the $12 billion Posco project in Odisha, the largest foreig

1,000 acres of land yet to be acquired by the company

The Centre came out confident today that with the renewal of environment clearance, South Korean steel giant Posco’s project in Odisha would take off soon.“The government is working to expedite clearances for the $12-billion project of steel major Posco in Odisha that was awarded environment clearance last week,” Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma said in Delhi on Wednesday.

With India taking a strident position on the issue of food security and not lending immediate support to an agreement on trade facilitation, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) round in Bali for a t

Anand Sharma rules out compromise on UPA government’s gamechanger

Citing national consensus and political unanimity on food security, India on Monday took a tough line on the issue and slammed farm lobbies of developed countries a day before the World Trade Organisation (WTO) ministerial meeting in Bali.