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  • 80 Top Indian Exporting Firm Will Showcase Products At Indee-Peru
    Encouraged By A Rise In Engineering Exports To Latin America In An Otherwise Subdued International Scenario, 80 Top Indian Exporting Firm Will Be Showcasing Their Hi-Tech Products And Designs At An International Convention 'Indee' At Peru , Beginning August Five.
  • India To Reinstate Wheat Import Duty After Big Deals
    India Has Decided To Introduce An Import Duty Of 10 Percent On Wheat After A Gap Of Eight Years, Government Sources Said, After Senior Civil Servants Met To Discuss Ways To Curb Overseas Purchases When Domestic Stocks Are Ample.
  • Soon, China May Officially Import Buffalo Meat From India
    China May Soon Start Importing Buffalo Meat From India Through The Official Channel Instead Of Routing It Through Vietnam. A Team Of Chinese Quality Inspectors Are Scheduled To Examine Indian Facilities This Week To Give Their Approval For Exports.
  • Onion Prices Rise On Shortfall In India
    Onion Prices Are Rising As The Production Of The Crop In India Has Been Cut By Unfavourable Weather.
  • Rupee Trades Lower At 63.94 Against Us Dollar
    The Rupee Opened At 63.94 A Dollar And Touched A High And A Low Of 63.92 And 64.04, Respectively
  • No Change In Cenvat Rules On Excise Duty For Textile Goods
    There Is No Change In Exemption From Excise Duty For Textile Goods As Mentioned In Central Value Added Tax (Cenvat) Rules 2004, The Union Ministry Of Finance Has Clarified.
  • Traders Jittery As Govt Plans To Hike Wheat Import Duty By 10 Per Cent
    Traders And Processors Of Wheat Products From Pasta To Bread Are Concerned Over A Likely Move By The Government To Impose A 10 Per Cent Duty On The Cereal Grain To Discourage Imports. Analysts Said The Step Is Aimed At Helping The Food Corporation Of India Offload Wheat Of Poor Quality On Account Of Unseasonal Rains. Traders Have Contracted To Import Over 5 Lakh Tonnes Of Wheat This Year, They Said.
  • Cheers To The Much-Awaited Gold Price Plunge
    India Has Also Replaced China As The Biggest Buyer Of The Metal Last Year, Reclaiming The Position It Last Held In 2012, After The Jewellery Demand Leapt To The Highest Level Since 1995, According To The World Gold Council.