USNMix Report: Stop the sale of signal boosters of e-commerce companies, 
know the reason.

Telecommunication Industry Organization Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has asked the major e-commerce companies to stop the sale of mobile signal boosters without Flipkart, Amazon India and Snapdeal without valid license. COAI said in a letter to e-commerce companies that it is a punishable offense.
Companies like Airtel and Vodafone COAI members include companies like Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Reliance Jio. COAI Director General Rajan S. Mathews said that different e-commerce companies have sent different letters about this to the top officials. 
eCommerce companies must stop sale of mobile signal boosters without valid licence

Strict regulations of foreign investment
On the other hand, e-commerce companies have created their new business association ‘The e-commerce Council of India’ (TECI). This association includes e-commerce companies like Snapdeal, Shopclues, UrbanClap and Shop 101. The move to create a business association by e-commerce companies has been taken at a time when the government has tightened the rules of foreign investment for e-commerce companies.
Apart from this, a legal and technology framework has been proposed to curb the flow of cross border data in the draft National e-commerce policy. Apart from this, conditions have also been set in the context of collecting sensitive data locally for companies or collecting them overseas.
The statement released by the new union said, “The country’s fastest growing e-commerce sector has made its trade union under the name of TECI. The founding members of this trade union include Snapdeal, Shopkeepers, Urban Claps, Shop 101, Flyoob and Find.

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