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More than 50% online shopping in India are done on cash on delivery

More than 50 % of online shopping in India are done on cash on delivery method and the digital commerce market in the country is expected to cross $50 billion in value by the end of 2018

Bangladesh government to bring Food Delivery Policy

As a result, delivery companies have to go to a fast-food shop of a popular brand or a quality restaurant to get the order of food demanded by the buyer online.

Bangladesh: Joy Express launches within 24 hrs delivery service in Dhaka

The demand for e-commerce is increasing in the country as well as in cities. At this Corona time, people are now buying all the products from e-commerce at home, starting from daily necessities to lifestyles.

Explained: Why demand for cash has surged during pandemic

This is largely happening because people withdraw in larger quantities and prefer to hoard, pre-empting medical or any other form of emergencies, which has ultimately increased cash in circulation

Walton to launch e-commerce platform Walcart

Walcart will have the opportunity to take a debit-credit cards, mobile banking and cash on delivery. In addition to the affordable price and maximum warranty, Walcart offers EMI (Equal Monthly Installment) facility for up to 12 months without interest.

Bangladesh: Priyashop.com’s biggest shopping day May 23-24

With the slogan 'Big Shopping on a Short Budget', you will be able to shop all the products of your choice on a low budget from Priyashop all day on May 23-24

Redmi 5, Redmi Note 5, Redmi Note 5 Pro sales goes live: Here’s trick to beat the rush

Redmi 5, Redmi Note 5, Redmi Note 5 Pro sales will go live at 12 pm on Friday. As informed by the company, the Redmi 5 series will be sold at Amazon India and Mi.com. On the other hand, Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro will be exclusively available at Flipkart and Mi.com.

Sebi to wait and ‘watch’ for further regulatory clarity around SPAC policy

The regulator said there was no pressure now, as many such firms are already being traded on the domestic bourses and also because there is a lot of regulatory clarity needed for such a policy
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