Besides, the CCI had failed to undertake the mandatory analysis of the appreciable adverse effect on competition in terms of the factors enumerated under Section 19(3) prior to directing the Director-General to cause an inves
The government's tough new e-commerce rules announced on June 21 aimed at strengthening protection for consumers, caused concern among the country's online retailers, notably market leaders Amazon and Walmart Inc's Flipkart.
This has also been evidenced in marketing support to artisans, and in exports from hinterland supported by e-commerce, and bigger players have also undertaken several innovative initiatives, like ‘samarth’ by Flipkart for
Previously, Walmart, Flipkart Group and the Walmart Foundation had provided Rs 46 crore (USD 6.2 million) in financial and in-kind support in India, including over 1 million PPE and CPE gowns, 600,000 N95 masks and 88 ventila
The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution had notified the Consumer Protection (E-commerce) Rules to protect customers from being cheated on the e-commerce platforms in July last year. Amazon, Flipkart,
Ease of Doing Business for MSMEs: In order to ensure fair competition among sellers on the e-commerce marketplaces such as Amazon and Flipkart, the current draft of the e-commerce policy had noted that e-commerce operators mu
The CEO said that although the penetration of e-commerce in the country is low, it is growing rapidly. “We are well positioned to grow as an emerging middle class spends more money through mobile phones. In India, our momen