The report further added that start-ups in the country are increasingly registering with the DPIIT with the addition of 8,550 such companies during Covid-19 pandemic alone.
Gujarat was categorised as the best performer among all states and one union territory (UT) Delhi, barring north-eastern states and other UTs.
The commerce minister said that some steps were announced earlier related to easing of tax payments for start-ups but subsequently, some issues were brought to the notice.
This was decided with the aim of restricting participation from Chinese companies in sensitive public projects.
The inclusion of provisions under Press Note 3 issued by DPIIT may also worry e-commerce companies since Chinese investors have become a rather large source of investment.
According to the sources, mentioning the country of origin would help buyers take an informed decision while purchasing the item.
Other companies including Zomato, Grofers have also received the regulatory nod from the DPIIT for their food retail operations.
According to experts, Singapore has been able to outpace Mauritius with its ease of doing business policies, simplified tax regime and a large number of private investors.
That apart, companies based in China, with a strong focus on exports, will be approached.
DPIIT Secretary Guruprasad Mohapatra shared that the way a corporate or an investor engages with various state government departments or central government departments will be simplified.
DPIIT asks telecom department, BSNL to hold Rs 9,000 crore worth tender following allegations of anomalies
The Public Procurement (Preference to Make in India) Order 2017 mandates preference for domestic products in all public-funded projects.
FIEO chief Sharad Saraf assured the government that industry will adhere to sanitisation and social distancing norms for the health and safety of workers.
The exit plan from the lockdown is recommended after getting suggestions from a detailed interaction with various states and industry bodies.
E-commerce representatives had shared the problems faced by them in movement of essential goods by delivery boys due to the lockdown amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Sources said that the civil aviation ministry has asked the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) to remove the clause which restricts FDI in Air India to 49 per cent.