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Friday, 1 May 2020

E-commerce companies are allowed to operate in the green zone without a pass

E-commerce companies are allowed to operate in the green zone without a pass
The Industry Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) has requested the government to allow e-commerce entities to operate in the green zone without any pass.

The Industry Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) has requested the government to allow e-commerce entities to operate in the green zone without any pass. IAMAI has also demanded that the list of essential items for online business be further expanded to help in economic revival for the health of the people. In fact, in the wake of the Corona virus epidemic, the government has allowed the e-commerce platform to sell only essential goods.

IAMAI has come up with a blueprint suggesting a roadmap for opening e-commerce based on the existing control model in zoning. He also requested the government to open e-commerce for economic growth.


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IAMAI Director Subho Rai said in a statement that the blueprint would immediately affect groups of three major people, including millions of small vendors, thousands of small manufacturers, millions of affiliates and millions of consumers.

The government recently allowed the opening of neighborhood and standalone shops, which are located in residential areas within the municipal areas, but can only accommodate up to 50 per cent of the population.

According to the statement, for the Green Zone, IAMAI has suggested that all e-commerce entities that follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) may be allowed to work with other entities without a pass to facilitate the sale of all potential items.

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