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India parliament panel questions Facebook on WhatsApp's privacy terms

12:01pm EST

NEW DELHI Facebook executives on Thursday fielded questions from an Indian parliamentary panel about changes to WhatsApp's privacy policy, days after the country's technology ministry asked the messaging platform to withdraw them.

Indian stock exchanges clear Future-Reliance deal in setback for Amazon

4:40am EST

NEW DELHI Indian stock exchanges on Wednesday gave the go ahead for Future Group's $3.4 billion deal to sell its retail assets, taking it a step closer toward closing a deal that has soured its ties with its business partner Amazon.com Inc.

Exclusive: India plans foreign investment rule changes that could hit Amazon

Jan 19 2021

NEW DELHI India is considering revising its foreign investment rules for e-commerce, three sources and a government spokesman told Reuters, a move that could compel players, including Amazon.com Inc, to restructure their ties with some major sellers.

EXCLUSIVE-India plans foreign investment rule changes that could hit Amazon

Jan 19 2021

* India government spokesman says policy change being considered

Indian stores shuttered by farmer protests cost Reliance, Walmart millions in revenue: sources

Jan 14 2021

MOHALI, India Dozens of Reliance Industries' retail stores and a giant Walmart outlet face revenue losses of millions of dollars after being forced to shut for more than three months over protests against India's new farm laws, sources said.

Amazon files appeal with Indian court in Future Retail dispute - source

Jan 11 2021

NEW DELHI Amazon.com Inc has filed an appeal with an Indian court in an ongoing dispute against local partner Future Group's plan to sell its retail assets to Reliance Industries, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.

Exclusive: Carlsberg India probes find 'potential improper payments', child labour - documents

Jan 11 2021

NEW DELHI An investigation of alleged unlawful practices at Carlsberg India found "potential improper payments" to government officials and other regulatory lapses, its former auditor said in a document seen by Reuters.

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