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Indian govt’s draft e-commerce policies deal with opposition from, effectively, Indian govt

Indian govt's draft e-commerce rules face opposition from, well, Indian govt

The contentious draft e-commerce procedures that the Indian Shopper Affairs Ministry had introduced very last June, which was protested by players like Amazon and Flipkart, have found even further opposition from unlikely and unexpected sources: The Indian Finance and Corporate Affairs Ministries, and the governmental scheduling assume-tank NITI Aayog.

The amendments had been thought in response to repeated antitrust grievances in opposition to e-commerce biggies like Amazon and Flipkart and they give the current Shopper Security (E-Commerce) Policies, 2020 extra teeth. The variations involved some curbs on specific sorts of flash gross sales and  establishment of a grievance redressal system, between other things. The govt is currently reviewing the responses submitted by a variety of stakeholders.