The two largest trade associations in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu have proposed a ban on the sale of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.
India has banned the sale of alcohol along national and state highways from the beginning of this month, following a Supreme Court (SC) order last year.
Britain’s former business and trade minister, Sir Vince Cable warned that the UK’s trading relationships and access to markets will experience a knock after the UK leaves the European Union “as a matter of fact.” One of those canards is the idea that there are trade deals out there that are waiting to be signed,” he said
India’s telecoms industry is the midst of a shake-up as Vodafone India confirms it is acquiring Idea Cellular.
Recent state elections in India have seen Bharatiya Janta party (BJP), the party of prime minister Narendra Modi, win control and put Modi on track for re-election in two years.
Today the 87th Geneva Motor Show has gotten underway.
Hyperloop One, a US-based startup aiming to make ultra-high speed land-based travel a reality, is looking to bring the technology to India.
India and China are economic rivals in Asia.
Gopal Vittal, chief executive of India’s largest mobile operator Bharti Airtel, recently announced plans to rollout voice over LTE, allowing customers to make calls over the mobile data network.
The UK is the largest G20 investor in India and the biggest Indian job creator through direct investment.
The value of the Indian online commerce has increased in the last five years to reach $18.4bn in 2015, but are prime minister Narendra Modi’s plans working?
The US and the UK are leading the world in intellectual property (IP) policy, with countries like Pakistan and India slipping lower down the index.
Back in November 2016, India’s prime minister Narendra Modi introduced a demonetisation policy in an attempt to crackdown on corruption and counterfeit currency.
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