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One third of e-commerce companies are opting out from peak season activities, new research shows – Retail Times

One third of e-commerce companies are choosing to opt-out of participating in peak season campaigns this year: an unprecedented rise from only 6% in 2019, according to research published by Yieldify. However, consumer demand is trending in the opposite direction, with 34% of shoppers planning to increase their peak season spending year-on-year. These combined insights indicate a …

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Display country of origin by August 1, Govt tells ecommerce companies, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi | Bengaluru: The government has asked ecommerce platforms such as Amazon and Flipkart to display the country of origin on new products listed by sellers on their sites by August 1 and legacy items by October 1 without stipulating a deadline. The companies sought more time to implement the changes, which are part …

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Govt not considering extending equalisation levy deadline, says companies got enough time, Retail News, ET Retail

The government is not considering extending the deadline for payment of Equalisation Levy by non-resident e-commerce players, even though a majority of them are yet to deposit the first installment of the tax, an official said. The 2 per cent Equalisation Levy was introduced in the 2020-21 Budget and has come into effect from April …

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India changes digital tax form to include new levy on foreign e-commerce companies, Retail News, ET Retail

The income-tax department has introduced changes to the form used to pay equalisation levy, to include the option of paying up the new 2% levy on digital transactions conducted in India by foreign e-commerce companies. The new levy was introduced in the Union Budget and was made effective from April 1, with the first instalment …

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E-commerce companies seek time to comply with labelling rule, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru| New Delhi: India’s top internet commerce companies, including Flipkart and Amazon, have sought time from the Centre to ensure that all products sold on their platforms display the ‘country of origin’ label, multiple people aware of the discussions told ET. At a virtual meeting with the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade …

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Ecommerce companies start taking orders for ‘non-essentials’ from April 20, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Ecommerce firms will accept online orders for ‘non-essential’ items starting this weekend, as they gear up to restart operations fully from Monday in line with a central government order issued on April 15. Sale of products deemed non-essential — including smartphones, personal computers, electronics items, apparel, furniture and home décor — form 90% of …

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Ecommerce companies allowed to deliver essential and non-essential items from April 20, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW DELHI: In a major relief for consumers, e-commerce players will be allowed to deliver essential and non-essential items from April 20, a top government source told TOI. Currently, these companies are only permitted to deliver essential food and medical supplies although they have been forced to significantly scale down their operations due to a …

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Ecommerce companies Flipkart, Snapdeal could resume full operations, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Several online commerce companies including Flipkart, Snapdeal and Paytm Mall are preparing to resume full operations from April 20, after the ministry of home affairs (MHA) released a set of revised guidelines for services that are allowed during the extended lockdown to stem the spread of Covid-19. While others such as Amazon have sought …

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