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Retail chains to cash in on private labels (Express India)

Top-branded retail companies are betting big on private labels this year to overcome rising pressure on margins. Private labels are brands owned, merchandised and sold by retailers themselves,

Refiners lobby for oil price hike (The Telegraph)

New Delhi, May 7: Oil refiners want an increase in fuel prices after the elections.

It’s raining discounts (The Hindu)

Radhika Sharma, a 19-year-old student had two reasons to rejoice on Thursday.

BSNL to tie up with retail chains (Business Standard India)

State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) is looking for tie-ups with big retail chains in the country to sell its products and services under an aggressive marketing strategy.

Retail brands make a beeline for India (Express India)

Hit by the retail slump in major markets, many international brands are looking for a foothold in India.

Gaming firms take to retail (Business Standard India)

The move offers a return on investment in six months to a year.

Single authority should regulate retail sector: Assocham (Central Chronicle)

Agencies New Delhi, May 3 : Indian retail sector should be regulated by a single authority instead of the current practice of multiple authorities, industry body Assocham has said.

India's rattling retail sector is faced with daunting challenges (Deccan Herald)

A/C rules changed to please corporates No wonder there are whispers in the corridors of power that some of India's largest and powerful private sector companies, finding themselves at the wrong end of

FDI in retail can boost business, says expert (The Economic Times)

Foreign direct investment in organised retail, if allowed, can bring in a flurry of economic activity to India by global players, an expert with a US-based think-tank said on Saturday.

Polaris, IBM launch software solution for retail industry (Business Standard India)

Polaris Retail Infotech Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Polaris Software, today said it has partnered with computer major IBM to launch software solutions package targeted at an estimated Rs 28,000

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