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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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Sunak’s virus bailout ‘not enough’ as the flood keeps coming | World news

Every sector of the British economy is suffering and asking the government to do more. Such is the scale of the economic hit that the country is facing from the coronavirus pandemic that even the widening of the government’s bailout last week has failed to assuage business leaders’ concerns. The travel industry is seeking a …

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Grocery and delivery workers demand more coronavirus protection, say pay isn’t enough

A cashier wears gloves while scanning the groceries of a customer at a Whole Foods in Cambridge, MA on March 24, 2020. Erin Clark | The Boston Globe via Getty Images Temporary wage hikes. Special bonuses. Paid sick time. In recent weeks, tensions are on the rise between grocery workers and their employers, spurring many …

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Online sales will not be enough to supplement lost Mother’s Day spend in stores, says GlobalData – Retail Times

Mother’s Day spend in the UK in 2020 will be significantly down on last year as consumers avoid physical stores in fear of coronavirus (COVID-19), and the spend via the online channel will be unable to compensate for the lack of physical purchases, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. Retailers with a …

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The Impossible Whopper wasn’t enough to lift Burger King sales

The meatless patties are produced by California tech startup Impossible Foods. A single Impossible Whopper sandwich costs $5.99. Drew Angerer | Getty Images News | Getty Images Burger King’s Impossible Whopper may have built up buzz, but the plant-based burger wasn’t enough to lift the chain’s same-store sales growth as high as Wall Street estimates …

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Tesco’s plastics purge: what took so long and is it enough? | Environment

Tesco is to remove 67m pieces of plastic from its shelves from March by doing away with the plastic wraps commonplace on multibuy packs of tins. It sounds like a huge amount, but is still only a small proportion of the 1bn pieces of plastic that the chain has pledged to remove this year. Campaigners …

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How Fast is Fast Enough: Meeting E-commerce Customer Expectations

As large players continue to push e-commerce delivery times from two-day to next-day to same-day, they reset customer expectations with each advance. That is putting pressure on everyone else to keep up. In fact, a recent DHL e-commerce report shows that delivery timing is one of the key issues for meeting customer expectations, with nearly …

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UK supermarkets ‘not transparent enough’ about pesticide use | Business

Many UK supermarkets are not being transparent with shoppers about the use of potentially harmful pesticides in their global supply chains, according to a report. In an analysis rating the top 10 retailers, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) says some are not doing enough to protect human health and the environment from hazardous pesticides …

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