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Jun 2012
Indian gold imports could pick up in July-Dec

India's gold imports could pick up in the second half of 2012 if record prices ease but annual volumes will still fall about 30 percent after a tax hike, which could crimp demand until 2014, the head of Mumbai's gold trade association said.

Jun 2012
After small cars, global auto companies like Nissan and Toyota start exporting sedans & SUVs from IN

Japanese carmakers Nissan and Toyota have started exporting midsized cars made in India, spearheading a strategic change that seeks to make the most of the country's cost advantage and growing technical prowess.

In the next 12-18 mo...

Jun 2012
Russian exports seen threatening steel industry in Europe

Bloomberg cited Mr Karlheinz Blessing CEO of Dillinger Huette Saarstahl AG as saying that Russia joining the World Trade Organization means its steel exports are a...

Jun 2012
Indian importer riding high on Boron added steel to avoid custom duty

Indian Express reported that leading domestic steel makers have alleged that overseas steel producers, mainly from China, have effectively side stepped paying the ...

Jun 2012
International Internship

In the year 2012, ACE LOGISTICS PVT. LTD. continued to provide vocational training to one more French national. Ms.Melodie Sigarodi, studying at IAE SAVOIE MONTBLANC domaine universitaire d'Annecy-le...

Jun 2012
tional Informatics Center to aid Kolkata port on IT upgradation


In a bid to transform itself as the first choice port in eastern India, Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT) has engaged National Informatics Center to upgra...

Jun 2012
Indian exports to reach $500 billion target by 2014

Helped by market diversification and incentives announced in the foreign trade policy, India is likely to achieve the export target of $500 billion by 2013-14.

"I believe that we are on course to achieve the $500 billion target...

Jun 2012
Gold import tariff value hiked

In line with the global spike in bullion prices, the government, on Thursday, raised the import tariff value of gold to $531 per 10 grams from $507 for May. The tariff value for silver imports was kept unchanged at $899 a kg.


Jun 2012
DGFT gives export nod for 3.3 lakh tons of sugar since early May

The Commerce Ministry has issued registration certificates (RC) for export of about 3,30,000 tonnes of sugar since early last month when government decided to free sugar shipments, according to industry body ISMA.

On May 2, the gove...

Jun 2012
Solar equipment makers seek anti-dumping duty on imports from China, Malaysia, Taiwan

Indian manufacturers of solar equipment are seeking anti-dumping duty on imports from China, Malaysia, Taiwan and the US on the grounds that local industry is bleeding because of "ridiculously low" price of foreign equipment.


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