In a move that the iron ore mining industry says is a throwback to inspector raj, the commerce and industry ministry has moved a Cabinet note proposing that exports of iron ore with over 55 per cen

Andhra Pradesh government signed agreements for investments to the tune of a staggering Rs.1,00,000 crore on Thursday for different projects, including two oil refineries in the State.

These Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) were signed in the presence of Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy on the opening day of the two-day ‘CII Partnership Summit 2012' inaugurated by Union Minister for Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) here. Trade delegations from 43 countries are taking part in the summit where the State government will sign many more MoUs.

Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma said that illegal mining and circumvention of the EXIM policy were matters of grave concern and has sought the Union Cabinet’s approval for tightening re

The central government claims that allowing foreign direct investment into India’s retail sector will benefit small farmers, expand employment and lower food inflation. What has been the experience in India with organised retail so far and what has been the global experience with FDI?

MUMBAI: The Centre has circulated a comprehensive paper on proposed policy changes relating to land requirement for SEZs.

AGARTALA: Northeastern India’s first textile park will be set up in Tripura, a Minister said here on Sunday.

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New Delhi With the ministries concerned ironing out their differences, the Union Cabinet is likely to approve the National Manufacturing Policy on Tuesday.

After a lot of wrangling within various ministries, it seems the country’s first ever National Manufacturing Policy (NMP) is finally going to see the light of the day.

Inter-ministerial differences over policy sorted out.