NEW DELHI: To enable homegrown e-commerce companies such Myntra, Snapdeal and a host of handicraft and garment platforms to expand their global footprint, India is looking to revamp the export framework governing overseas sales by them. The measures under consideration include a complete switchover to e-enabled filing systems and even doing away with the current cap of Rs 25,000 on a purchase.
“A number of steps have been identified to make it easier for the e-commerce companies sector to trade,” said a senior finance ministry official. A pilot has already been launched in Mumbai and will be expanded to other customs ports. Exports via these online marketplaces rely on couriers and small packages and often involves a lot of paperwork at the ports. Essentially, these couriers act as aggregators for ecommerce platforms.
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