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Month: April 2019

TRUST ME, I’M A TRUSTMARK

Written by: Sanah Javed, 3rd Year student at Christ (Deemed to be) University, Bangalore. BACKGROUND DEVELOPMENTS BEFORE TRUSTMARKS India’s e-commerce sector is showing exponential growth; revenue from this sector is increasing at a rate of 51%, making it the highest growth rate in the world. It is stated that India would potentially be the second-largest…
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CONTENT REGULATION OF ‘ON DEMAND VIDEO STREAMING PLATFORMS’: AN UNANSWERED QUESTION

Written By Pradyumna Yadav and Anushka Agarwal, IInd Year, UPES, Dehradun. INTRODUCTION E-Commerce in India is in its nascent stage yet has rapidly diversified and grown its roots in every individual’s life. This growth and diversification of E-Commerce in India is limitedly regulated to some specific sectors, for instance e-payment portals are now regulated under…
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DRAFT E-COMMERCE POLICY, 2018 : ANTI-COMPETITIVE EFFECTS OF THE E-COMMERCE MARKET

  **image source: https://www.valassis.com/resources/blog/item/160912/impact-of-the-e-commerce-consumer-on-retailers-and-brands By Sakshi Agarwal, IVth Year, SLS Pune INTRODUCTION Due to the increase in the number of players in the e-tail market, there has been a tremendous upsurge in demands being placed digitally which has led to the downfall in the business of brick and mortar stores. India despite being a hub of…
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FDI Policy in E-Commerce

** Image source: https://blog.ipleaders.in/fdi-policy-india-e-commerce-2/  By Vedant Kashyap and Siddharth Kothari, NALSAR University of Law E-Commerce in India From Fabmart.com, the very first e-commerce venture, to the latest announcement by RIL, several attempts have been made at capturing the online market sector.[1][2] This sector is better known as E-commerce.[3] E-commerce is a kind of business model, or…
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