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DPIIT meet: Foreign vs Indian war of words over e-commerce FDI policy

The industry has been asked to send inputs in writing within a week to the government for further consultation

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DPIIT | FDI | e-commerce rules

Peerzada Abrar & Shreya Nandi  |  Bengaluru / New Delhi 



Amazon, e-commerce
Companies with significant global funding said the sector required FDI and many emerging companies including startups were looking for such inve­stments

It was a divided house when industry representatives met government officials on Thursday to discuss the proposed e-commerce policy. Chaired by Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) secretary Guruprasad Mohapatra, the virtual meeting attended by more than 15 firms tur­ned out to be ‘a new policy’ versus ‘a no change in policy’ debate between home-grown and foreign-owned companies, accor­ding to people in the know.

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First Published: Thu, March 25 2021. 23:47 IST

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