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KIT: Retail opportunity in India (Business Standard India)

Retail opportunity is slated to rise by about $160 billion (Rs 758,160 crore) in India in five years. Modern retail IS likely to grow from 4.5 per cent of total retail in 2008 to 14 per cent by 2013.

Wal-Mart defers launch of its first Indian store (Business Standard India)

Bharti Wal-Mart has deferred the launch of its first Indian cash-and-carry store at Amritsar scheduled for tomorrow due to the riots that took place in Punjab following an attack on a gurdwara and the


PROMOTIONS & OFFERS: Indus League rejigs price structure to spur sales ‘To retain customers who may be downtrading’.

Easier entry into Bengal farm retail (The Telegraph)

Calcutta, May 24: An order of Calcutta High Court may boost private investment in Bengal’s farm product marketing sector, overturning years of stiff resistance by the Forward Bloc-led state agricult

FDI in retail- Made in India, with a little help from abroad (The Economic Times)

Retailers, local and global, as well as private equity (PE) investors are closely tracking the new government's moves on foreign direct investments (FDI) in retail.

IOC to set up 40 retail outlets (Business Standard India)

Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), the country's largest oil marketing company plans to set up 40 retail outlets and 25 Kisan Seva Kendras (outlets in rural areas) in Orissa in 2009-10.

Reliance Mobile expands retail chain (Central Chronicle)

Chronicle News Service Bhopal, May 20: Reliance Mobile, the number one private telecom company of MP and CG has taken an initiative to get still closer to its customers by expanding its retail chain i

Reliance Retail and Pearle Europe JV launch 'Vision Express' (Business Standard India)

The recently formed 50-50 Joint Venture between Reliance Retail and Pearle Europe, announced the launch of its optical specialty format under the brand Vision Express, at Sampige Road, Malleshwaram to

FDI irritants may go, but no change in retail for now: Nath (The Economic Times)

The new UPA Government will be ready to remove procedural bottlenecks for foreign investors but allowing FDI in multi-brand retail will not be on the immediate agenda, Commerce and Industry Minister K

Poll result a silver lining (Hindustan Times)


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