Retail policy implementation center for brick and mortar traders

DPIIT is in the process of establishing an insurance scheme for all retailers. (representation)

New Delhi:

The government is working on introducing a national retail policy for brick-and-mortar retailers to make it easier to do business, a senior official said today.

Sanjiv, Joint Secretary, Department of Promotion of Industry and Domestic Trade (DPIIT), said the policy would help provide better infrastructure and more credit to traders.

He said the department is also working to introduce an e-commerce policy for online retailers.

“We want there to be synergy between e-commerce and retailers,” Sanjiv said at the FMCG and e-commerce conference here.

The department is also in the process of establishing an insurance scheme for all retailers.

The accident insurance system will especially help the small traders of the country, he added.

“The government is trying to change the national retail policy not only in e-commerce but also for private traders, which will ensure ease of doing business, provision of better infrastructural facilities, more credit and all kinds of benefits. merchants,” he said.

The joint secretary called upon the industry to mobilize for the production of high quality products.

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