CONFEDERATION OF ALL INDIA TRADERS
India recommended as host for AFC Women's Asian Cup 2022
It was felt that India, who will also have the experience of hosting the FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup later this year, was best placed among the three bidders - Chinese Taipei and Uzbekistan were the other competing candidates - to maximise the promotion of the women's game.
CAIT seeks audience with Trump to raise concern over biz practices of Amazon, Flipkart
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has been...
Traders move to Nirmala Sitharaman over 40 lakh pending cases on bounced cheques
In a letter addressed to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman...
CAIT to appeal against order staying probe on Amazon, Flipkart
In a statement the traders' body said that the court has stayed the order for investigation passed by the CCI on the ground that the ED has already initiated investigation into Flipkart and Amazon's activities that are alleged to be in contravention of the FDI policy and so, CAIT would now urge the government and the ED to fastrack the probe.
CAIT to prepare database of traders, their employees across India
The exercise, which will begin from March 1 and get over by September 30, is aimed at better addressing the basic problems of traders across the country, CAIT said.
Indian textile and apparel industry to be affected due to coronavirus attack in China: CMAI
A release issued by the association on Thursday said that the prevailing situation in China along with the uncertainty of production commencing is posing a major issue for Indian manufacturers who are dependent on supply of raw materials from China.
India's curbs on Malaysian palm imports stir up edible oil trade
India had been the biggest buyer of Malaysian palm oil for five years.
Bullion traders expect demand to fall up to 25%
High price has also affected gold demand in northern India, which is known for lavish weddings.
Mobile phone retailers to boycott Samsung for three days
In a Whatsapp message sent by the offline cellphone retailer lobby, All India Mobile Retailers Association (AIMRA), to the trade on Friday evening said retailers will boycott "Samsung business for three (11,12 & 13th February) days.
Covid-19 outbreak: Nirmala Sitharaman says steps soon to ease supply woes, secretaries to meet today
Sitharaman today met industry and trade associations to assess the impact of the virus on businesses. The finance minister said that a meeting of the concerned secretaries will be held tomorrow. The finance minister assured the industry that she will speak to the PMO on steps to provide any relief.
Breaking 12,000 to trigger unwinding in Nifty
Derivatives resistance is placed at 12,200 and 31,500, respectively (all spot levels).
Sealing, ‘Inspector Raj’ may impact Delhi traders’ choice
It is not just sealing that seems to have angered the trading community. The seeming return of “inspector raj” has been adding to the woes. In Kirti Nagar’s furniture market, traders said the number of fines that are inflicted on them is unimaginable.
Coronavirus bugs diamond traders
India is the world’s largest centre for cutting and polishing of rough diamonds, and it is said that 14 out of every 15 rough diamonds produced are polished here.
India allots import licences for 1.1 mn tonnes of refined palmolein from Indonesia: Sources
India put refined palm oil and palmolein on the list of restricted items on Jan. 8, a move sources said was retaliation against top supplier Malaysia after its criticism of actions in Kashmir and CAA. The move prompted traders to seek permission from DGFT to import refined palmolein, and the commerce ministry's wing received more than 100 applications for licences.
Meet the growing tribe of female intraday traders
From a B'luru homemaker to a Ludhiana psychologist, many women are making a mark in a 'male' field.
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