Special wing to check FDI violations in e-commerce

India will broaden the definition of ecommerce to include any buying, selling, marketing, distribution and delivery of goods and services through electronic means.
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India proposes to create a special group to keep tabs on any violation of its foreign investment policy by online retail platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart and Myntra even as it contemplates widening the definition of ecommerce under the framework.


The separate wing comprising officials from the industry department and the Enforcement Directorate will handle any violations, strengthening the implementation and enforcement of the guidelines. The wing will be a temporary solution to address misuse of the policy while the government prepares a national policy on ecommerce to improve regulation of the sector.

India will broaden the definition of ecommerce to include any buying, selling, marketing, distribution and delivery of goods and services through electronic means and come out with a single legislation for ecommerce, an inter-ministerial group decided on Friday.

“The separate wing will be a transient measure to enforce the existing policy and handle any grievance related to the implementation of Press Note 3,” said an official present at the meeting

 
 
 
 
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