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Small enterprises leading India’s less-cash revolution

At the ‘National Convention on Less Cash India’, a summit organized by Confederation of All India Traders ( CAIT) at Constitution Club, New Delhi between December 2-3, 2016,  ​ unanimously resolved to intensify adoption of digital payments in their existing business format. It is a step forward in the direction of GST taxation system. A digital payment system/  electronic payment ...

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Make in India: Strengthen MSEs’ Support Machinery

By V. N PRASAD* The ‘Make in India’ programme of September 2014 to attract foreign and domestic investment in the indentified manufacturing sector and the more recent proposal for ‘Start-ups’ could spur development of Micro and Small Enterprise (MSE) sector. The ‘Make in India’ and ‘Start-ups’ initiatives, augur well for MSE sector. For their success, the Government aims to establish ...

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Informal Sector Enterprises: Expectations from MUDRA Bank

By Vignesh Jha Informal sector enterprises do not have the benefit of sector-specific credit policy, while specially designed credit policy to make stakeholder community, belongs to informal sector, able to serve in a better way was need of the nation since independence. Ignoring a sector, which contributes more than 60% to ‘Urban GDP’ is not a symptom of development oriented ...

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Informal Sector Entrepreneurs in Nation Building :National Dialogue on Changes in the form of Labour Movements in India, 17 May 2015

  National Dialogue on Changes in the form of Labour Movements in India has been organized by “National Alliance for Labour Rights (NALR)” at Gandhi Peace Foundation, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg, New Delhi. The assembly has been participated by workers and representatives of various sectors, which included street vendors, rag pickers, domestic helpers, farm workers, cycle and electric rickshaw pullers, ...

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