The earlier practice of importers tofile bill of entry as per their convenience was causing administrative issues at customs stations, according to tax experts.
The IT sector, led by Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys Ltd and Wipro Ltd, is lobbying hard as the new U.S. administration under President Donald Trump considers putting in place visa restrictions.
The Oakland, California, nonprofit found the average returns for the 100 S&P 500 companies it previously identified as having the most questionable pay went on to underperform the index by 2.9 percentage points over a roughly two-year period ended on January 31.
Kotak Institutional Equities said January is likely to have a better Index of Industrial Production print, especially from the consumer durables front.
Coca-Cola India said differentiated tax structure will be an opportunity for it to expand its products range in the country.
Dabur India CEO Sunil Duggal told analysts that it could get into "mid-single digits" in terms of category growth.
The new system for issuance of green cards in Japan will be introduced from April, Press Trust of India quoted a spokesperson of Japan External Trade Organisation as saying.
Large corporates have sufficient liquidity buffers to meet debt servicing obligations, India Ratings said.
IOC's chairman said the company had previously merged its fuel retail subsidiary IBP Ltd and refiner Bongaigaon Refinery and Petrochemical Ltd with itself. Chennai Petroleum operates two refineries in southern India.
Tata Steel said the deal covers several South Yorkshire-based assets including the electric arc steelworks and bar mill at Rotherham.
Steelmakers such as JSW Steel, Tata Steel, and Steel Authority of India have lobbied the government to take more measures to protect them from cheaper imports from China, Japan and South Korea.
Infosys has said it is looking into reducing its dependency on visas to stay competitive, while worried software executives are due to travel to the US later this month to press their case with lawmakers.
The case study on Officer's Choice is part of a select club of 10,000 case studies from around the world and is one of the few based in an Indian context, which has been published by Harvard Business Publishing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Harvard University.
Jindal Steel and Power asserted that its continuous attempt was to reduce the debt.
Employers prefer more stability and therefore, also prefer bonuses as compared to ESOPs, which is usually offered to middle- and senior-level employees, say experts.
These investments would create opportunities for both domestics and foreign companies to supply equipment and services profitably in this massive infra-modernisation plans, one of the experts said.
Vodafone confirmed on Monday it was in talks to merge its Indian subsidiary with local rival Idea Cellular in an all-share deal to create a market leader better able to take on new entrant Reliance Jio Infocomm.