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28/AUG/2015 Govt looking into import duty, FTA issues: Steel minister
28/AUG/2015 Parliamentary panel suggests need-based import of natural rubber
28/AUG/2015 Indian coffee exports surge over higher demand for robusta
28/AUG/2015 India's palm oil imports to hit record 10 mln T as 'producers dump' at discount-Ruchi Soya
28/AUG/2015 BOA to consider, decide the cases for extension of Letter of Permission of existing EOUs: DGFT
28/AUG/2015 Rupee appreciates against US dollar
27/AUG/2015 India Yarn Prices: Domestic and Export Markets
27/AUG/2015 Bangladesh, India resort to onion imports as supply dips
27/AUG/2015 Buy Welspun India for a target of Rs 1,020; Apar Industries has sound fundamentals: Devang Mehta, Anand Rathi Financial Services
27/AUG/2015 High customs duty on gold fuels smuggling
27/AUG/2015 Rupee trades lower at 66.08 against US dollar
26/AUG/2015 India to auction 20 major iron ore mines to revive industry
26/AUG/2015 Crude Crash Impacts India’s Efforts To Boost Self-Sufficiency: Report
26/AUG/2015 Imported onions arrive, prices continue to soar
26/AUG/2015 Diamond exports down 18% in July
26/AUG/2015 Rupee rebounds; RBI intervention seen
25/AUG/2015 Overseas textile importers seek a pie in higher realisation for Indian exporters
25/AUG/2015 Crude prices at six-and-a-half year low; India might gain over Rs 1 lakh crore
25/AUG/2015 Volkswagen India's exports to Mexico cross 1 lakh units
25/AUG/2015 India's gold demand could hit 950 tonnes as prices fall
25/AUG/2015 As Rupee Sinks to 66.74, Rajan Says India Better Placed Than Others
24/AUG/2015 India Polished Diamond Exports Drop 18% in July
24/AUG/2015 Agriculture Ministry pushes for hike in import duty of edible oils
24/AUG/2015 China Steel plant to be affected by India's import tariff hike
24/AUG/2015 India to import 10,000 tonnes onions to check prices
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  • Govt Looking Into Import Duty, Fta Issues: Steel Minister
    Expressing Concern Over Problems Being Faced By Domestic Steelmakers Due To Large-Scale Dumping From Abroad, Union Minister Of Steel And Mines Narendra Singh Tomar On Thursday Said The Government Is Looking Into The Issues Related To Import Duties And Free Trade Agreements (Ftas). The Minister Also Said The Government Is Seized Of The Issues Impacting The Steel Sector And Will Take A Decision In Appropriate Time, Including On Import Duties. The Industry Has Been Demanding Further Hike In Import Duty On Steel Products.
  • Parliamentary Panel Suggests Need-Based Import Of Natural Rubber
    The Parliamentary Standing Committee On Commerce Has Suggested The Need-Based Import Of Natural Rubber Depending On The Gap Between Domestic Production And Consumption.
  • Indian Coffee Exports Surge Over Higher Demand For Robusta
    Indian Coffee Exports Have Recorded A Marginal Increase Despite A Sluggish Trend In The World Market And A General Decline In Prices, Thanks To The Demand For Robusta Coffee. India Exports 70 Per Cent Of Its Coffee Output Of Over 3 Lakh Tonnes.
  • India's Palm Oil Imports To Hit Record 10 Mln T As 'Producers Dump' At Discount-Ruchi Soya
    India's Overseas Purchases Of Palm Oil In The Year Starting November Are Set To Rise Nearly Eight Percent To A Record 10 Million Tonnes As Producers Dump The Tropical Oil At Steep Discounts, Key Importer Ruchi Soya Said On Thursday.
  • Boa To Consider, Decide The Cases For Extension Of Letter Of Permission Of Existing Eous: Dgft
    The Directorate General Of Foreign Trade (Dgft) Has Incorporated A New Provision In The Aayat Niryat Forms Of The Foreign Trade Policy (Ftp) 2015-20, With The View To Enable The Board Of Approval To Consider And Decide The Cases For Extension Of Letter Of Permission Of Existing Export Oriented Units (Eous).
  • Rupee Appreciates Against Us Dollar
    Snapping Its Losses From The Previous Session, The Rupee Appreciated 29 Paise To 65.86 Against Us Dollar In Trade Today At The Interbank Foreign Exchange Due To A Decrease In Dollar Demand From Importers. The Domestic Currency Had Closed At 66.09 In The Previous Session.
  • India Yarn Prices: Domestic And Export Markets
    Yarn Prices Have Fallen In The Last Days In India, Whatever The Rise Of Cotton Fiber Prices. Yarn Exports Have However Surged To China In The April-July Period, According To Latest Official Data.
  • Bangladesh, India Resort To Onion Imports As Supply Dips
    Onion Prices In Bangladesh Have Nearly Doubled In The Past Month Due To A Shortage In Top Supplier India, Forcing The Neighbours To Turn To Imports From Countries Such As Egypt, Iran, Afghanistan And Pakistan.