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INTRODUCTION The world is rapidly advancing towards better technology. The goal of a cashless economy is being targeted with the introduction of multiple Digital Payment Systems. The previous article on Digital Payment Systems in India discussed about its concept, regulatory framework and how it has become the stepping stone for revolution of financial systems in...


MULTI-PARTY ARBITRATION An inherent feature of Construction Projects is that they involve a multitude of parties with divergent interests. Therefore, the frequency of multi‐party disputes in the Construction Industry is greater than in other commercial sectors. A large Construction Project will almost invariably involve multiple parties coming from different jurisdictions with different legal perceptions. These...


INTRODUCTION Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) constitute the fourth largest sector in the Indian economy and account for over $100 billion USD in terms of market size. FMCG, or consumer-packaged goods, are products that are sold quickly and at relatively low costs. Examples include, but are not limited to, packaged goods, beverages, Over the Counter...

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