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'Draft e-com policy 'contrary' to $1 tn digital economy goal'

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Industry body Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) on Monday said the draft e-commerce policy may be "inimical" to the government's efforts of building a trillion-dollar digital economy by 2022, and is likely to "severely bring down FDI flows" in the sector.

New Delhi: Industry body Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) on Monday said the draft e-commerce policy may be "inimical" to the government's efforts of building a trillion-dollar digital economy by 2022, and is likely to "severely bring down FDI flows" in the sector.

The association was also of the view that "the process of making the policy itself was less than inclusive and open" as compared to recent national-level policies like the National Digital Communications Policy 2018.

In a statement, the IAMAI said "it is of the view that the draft National Ecommerce Policy may be inimical to the government's efforts of building a trillion-dollar digital economy by 2022".

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