By Aditya Kalra and Krishna N. Das
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India is thinking about revising its overseas financial commitment rules for e-commerce, three resources and a authorities spokesman instructed Reuters, a transfer that could compel gamers, which include Amazon.com Inc, to restructure their ties with some major sellers.
The government conversations coincide with a increasing variety of complaints from India’s bricks-and-mortar vendors, which have for a long time accused Amazon and Walmart Inc-managed Flipkart of creating advanced structures to bypass federal principles, allegations the U.S. companies deny.
India only will allow overseas e-commerce players to function as a market to connect customers and sellers. It prohibits them from keeping inventories of items and directly marketing them on their platforms.
Amazon and Walmart’s Flipkart had been last hit in Dec. 2018 by expense rule adjustments that barred overseas e-commerce gamers from providing merchandise from sellers in which they have an