Traders demand repeal of all FSSAI advisories since 2013

All advisories issued by the food regulator FSSAI since 2013 should be withdrawn, traders' body CAIT has demanded.

'FDI in e-commerce will make India a dumping ground'

Traders on Friday called upon the government not to allow foreign direct investment (FDI) in e-commerce as "the platform will be used to make the country a dumping ground".

GST will end cobweb of various taxes: FM Jaitley to traders

A CAIT delegation led by National Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal on Saturday met Finance Minister Jaitley and put forth their reservations over the proposed GST and the complexities its presents.

Traders against proposed GST, say it is more complex

The central and state GST are to be paid to the accounts of the central and state governments separately, he added.

Jammu shutdown over new AIIMS disrupts life

Life was disrupted here on Wednesday by a protest shutdown called by traders and lawyers to press for setting up of an All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in the region.

US lifts sanctions on Cuba-linked shippers, traders

 The United States on Tuesday removed sanctions on nearly five dozen shipping companies, trading firms and individuals that had been blacklisted for links to Cuba.

Amendment to Value Added Tax Act passed

In a major relief to city's traders, Delhi government on Tuesday passed an amendment to the Value Added Tax (VAT) Act which will allow them to carry forward their credit for successive financial years.

Naxals extorting money from traders, industrialists: Govt

Naxals are extorting money from traders, industrialists and others in different areas in the country, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

Traders can quickly get export, import number to start biz

Seeking to streamline the procedure, the Commerce Ministry has put in place an online system for instant generation of import-export code on submission of documents.

Arvind Kejriwal misleading Delhi's traders: BJP

The state unit of the BJP Monday accused AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal of "misleading" the city`s traders by claiming that raids against commercial establishments went down during the party`s 49-day rule in Delhi.

Oil market rebounds slightly, with OPEC in focus

Global oil prices rebounded somewhat today as traders eyed next week's crucial OPEC output meeting and digested key US stockpiles data.

Bihar CM says will forgive small traders who indulge in black marketing
Bihar CM says will forgive small traders who indulge in black marketing

Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has made a shocking comment by announcing that his government would forgive all those small traders who indulge in black marketing worth small amount in order to see that their children gets education.

Section of traders down shutters in Kerala

A section of shops across the state remained closed on Wednesday in response to a strike call given by `Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopanasamithi` to protest the new e-declaration policy and other policies of the government.

Sensex crosses 26K mark, Nifty hits new high ahead of Budget

An HSBC survey that said manufacturing and services sectors expanded at a faster pace than China during June, too had a positive impact on sentiments, traders added.

Oil prices mixed as Iraq keeps markets on edge

Global oil prices traded in mixed fashion ahead of the weekend Friday, with Brent slightly higher as traders watched developments in the jihadist-led offensive in Iraqi, OPEC`s second-largest oil producer.

Rupee rises to 60 vs US dollar on dovish Fed comments

The rupee strengthened to 60 per dollar on Thursday, its highest in almost a week.

Sops for farmers, traders in Maharashtra Budget

With an eye on assembly elections after the drubbing it got in the Lok Sabha polls, the Congress-NCP state government Thursday presented a Rs 4,103.3 crore deficit Budget for 2014-15 with a slew of sops for farmers, traders and professionals.

S&P again hits new high on growth expectations

U.S. stocks rose on Thursday and the benchmark S&P 500 index hit a record intraday high for the third straight day as traders bet on improvement in the second quarter even as data showed the world`s largest economy contracted in the first quarter.

Dollar pushes higher on euro

Foreign exchange traders pushed the US dollar to a 15-week high against the euro Wednesday, sending US bond yields down to their lowest in nearly one year.

'FDI in retail to hit traders; new govt should protect section'

Opposing FDI in retail, traders in Tamil Nadu Monday said foreign investment would hit their livelihood and the new government should protect the section.