US-based retailer Amazon is considering setting up servers in India as it plans to tap the fast growing e-commerce market in the country.
Amazon’s top officials, including its India Managing Director Amit Agarwal and Vice President for International Public Policy Monique Meche, met Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today.
According to sources, the officials discussed with the minister a host of issues, including implementation of GST, clearances from Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), among others.
The sources further said that Amazon officials informed the Minister that they plan to shift its servers from Singapore to India and also set up their cloud facility in the country.
Prasad, the sources said, assured all help to the company regarding setting up of servers and cloud facility in the country.