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Finance Minister reaches out to exporters with fresh stimulus

A new scheme, Remission of Duties or Taxes on Export Products, will replace MEIS scheme.

Exports decline 6 per cent to $26.13 billion; trade deficit narrows

Imports too declined by 13.45 per cent to USD 39.58 billion, narrowing trade deficit to USD 13.45 billion in August.

Sub-4% forex credit to exporters, easier loans soon: Goyal

Export credit disbursement declined 23% in 2018-19 to Rs 9.57 lakh crore from Rs 12.39 lakh crore in 2017-18.

Two export schemes may shift out of Commerce Dept to ease process

Moving RoSCTL, advance authorisation schemes to revenue dept may help boost slipping exports.

Govt may soon announce measures to boost exports

Finance and commerce ministries have held several round of talks on these measures, the official said.

Integrated logistics major DB Schenker to launch Connect 4.0 shipping platform in India

The company is aggressively focusing on developing local logistics capabilities to capitalize on India’s growing market.

There is need to support export-oriented industries to boost growth: Finance Secretary

If you join the dots, there is a much a cleaner credit system in place and better corporate governance standards, says Kumar.

As slowdown bites, exporters get innovative, think ‘out of the box’

The world economy may be facing a slowdown, but exporters have upped the innovation quotient to beat the blues.

Cabinet clears Rs 6,268 crore sugar export subsidy

The decision was taken at a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

As trade war roils, Maersk finds a silver lining

Can a slowdown be used to your advantage? Sriram Narayanasami, VP Commercial for the world’s largest shipping company, Maersk, certainly thinks so.

India has world's "worst" tariffs on US products: Senator Graham

India has world's "worst" tariffs on US products: Senator Graham

President Trump, championing his 'America First' policy has been a vocal critic of India for levying "tremendously high" duties on US products, has described the country as a "tariff king".

Piyush Goyal’s US visit may result in trade deal with ‘limited scope’

Piyush Goyal’s US visit may result in trade deal with ‘limited scope’

Goyal’s visit, which was earlier planned for August, could not materialise as American trade officials were discussing their bilateral issues with China.

Finance ministry reviewing India’s free trade agreements

Finance ministry reviewing India’s free trade agreements

Move follows negative feedback from industry and view that FTAs have hurt Indian manufacturing.

Textile companies seek tax incentives, DBT for farmers

Textile companies seek tax incentives, DBT for farmers

Players hit by sluggish exports & rising imports from Bangladesh and Lanka, one-third of production capacity lying idle.

Exports grow 2.25% in July, trade deficit narrows to $13.43 billion

Exports grow 2.25% in July, trade deficit narrows to $13.43 billion

Exports had slumped 9.71% in June on the back of intensifying trade tensions between the US and China.

India likely to miss sugar export target this season

India likely to miss sugar export target this season

The government has offered flurry of incentives this year to boost exports amid sugar glut which included transport subsidies.

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