deceptive and surrogate advertisements

Regulating Hard Trade

‘Guidelines for Prevention of Misleading Advertisements and Endorsements for Misleading Advertisements, 2022’

Rouble v Dollar

Russia Sets New Gold Standard, Dumps Dollar

According to the World Gold Council the Russian central bank bought 274 tons of bullion in 2021. That’s worth more than $11 billion at average prices. Russia accounts for 40% of central bank gold buying and 6% of global demand.

MSME Sector: Challenges & Remedies

MSME Sector: Challenges & Remedies

Despite various initiatives taken by the central and state governments the situation on ground remain same. Mere big announcements and big plans make no difference on ground. Already reeling under so much trouble among all the sectors, MSMEs were badly hit following the lockdown as industries remained closed between March-end and June.

Harnessing the Digital Giants

Harnessing the Digital Giants

Even though the purpose to generate a sharper governing atmosphere for e-commerce firms in the interest of consumers is evident from the draft amendments to the electronic commerce rules under the Consumer Protection Act 2020, there is potential for business ambiguity and consumer inconvenience. The government missed many points while framing the new rules.

Reverse Migration: A Boon to E-commerce

Reverse Migration: A Boon to E-commerce

During the festive season in October 2020, two of the largest online retailers in India reported a surge of new shoppers from smaller cities in the first two days of festive sales.

Micro Finance Institutions

Level playing field for MFIs in the offing

The role and significance of the Non-Banking Financial Company – Micro Finance Institutions (NBFC-MFIs) has been increasing over time. As of the end of September

The Link between Economy and Market

The Link between Economy and Market

Conventional wisdom says the market is a reflection of economic activity and should move in tandem. The reality is showing the fragile link between them.

Investment Magnet Sectors in 2021

Investment Magnet Sectors of India in 2021

Although some industries, like manufacturing, will revert to physical workspaces, there is likely to be a greater tendency to hybrid models that blend working from home and trips to the workplace, once the pandemic is behind us.

Summary of Economic Survey-2020-21

India’s real GDP to record a growth of 11 per cent in 2021-22 and nominal GDP by 15.4 per cent-the highest since independence. The V-shaped